UW-Stevens Point (Main Campus) 

Our Destination Wisconsin Scholarship is guaranteed to any new undergraduate student with a 2.75+ GPA or 19+ ACT/980+ SAT who is not a resident of Wisconsin or Minnesota. Students will automatically be awarded this scholarship.

  • Midwest Student Exchange Program Students*: $1,000/year, renewable for 4 years
    • *Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Ohio residents
  • All other Out-of-State Students: $4,000/year, renewable for 4 years

The scholarship is only available to Stevens Point campus students. Students majoring in Applied Computing Bachelor of Science degree are not eligible. 

Scholarships requiring an application:

Scholarships are awarded independently of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Incoming freshman scholarships are based on merit, not financial need. Priority scholarship consideration will be given to students who have submitted their application for admission and the new student merit-based scholarship application (linked above) to UWSP by November 15. Automatic scholarships are awarded to both First-Year and Transfer students who meet certain academic criteria. 

  • Merit-based scholarship application

Additional Scholarship Opportunities:

Harju Scholarship for Elementary Education Students

For more information about scholarships please visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Additional Financial Aid information

Closer to home, UW-Stevens Point is among the most affordable schools in the University of Wisconsin System. The quality of life here is high, and the cost of living is low.

Cost should not prevent you from attending university. From your first day at UW-Stevens Point to your last, our financial aid staff will help you secure grants, employment, loans and scholarships.

For your estimate of financial aid from UW-Stevens Point visit the net price calculator or the financial aid website.

Our text rental program adds even more value to our affordable price. This benefit will save you thousands of dollars per year compared with purchasing your books!