Diversity, Not Just a Word – It’s Our Priority

Choosing a college is likely the biggest and most important project in your life right now. You may feel that your entire future, not to mention four years of your life and a lot of money, are riding on this decision. Everyone from your parents to your siblings, mentors, teachers and friends have an opinion about where you should go and what constitutes a good school. Finding the right school for you is important, because you want to fit in, flourish, and be successful. The college location, its reputation, financial assistance, scholarships, and campus life are factors to think about when choosing your school. May we suggest another critical factor for you to consider when looking at UW-Stevens Point-campus diversity.

Scholarship Support

Below is a list of private, national and community diversity and multicultural scholarships, as well as scholarships offered by UW-Stevens Point. We encourage you to explore scholarship opportunities for which you're eligible.

It Begins With You!

We know that our students learn a great deal from each other inside and outside the classroom. Learning and living among students from different backgrounds, with a wide variety of academic interests, will benefit you, other students and our campus. At UW-Stevens Point, we have not only embraced diversity, we have put our words into action. Over the last decade, we've more than doubled our diversity student population by attracting students with a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, religions, points of view, skills and experiences. We believe in college, as in life, we learn the most from the people who are least like ourselves. As a UW-Stevens Point student, you are going to have this kind of experience.

You Are Not Alone!

We can’t wait for you to join us! There are many ways to get involved, celebrate diversity, and meet new people. Here you will find a wide range of clubs and organizations that provide academic, cultural, and personal support. In addition to co-curricular and social opportunities, the Diversity and College Access Office is an important place where students can find academic assistance, involvement opportunities, community support, and more.


Getting to Know Us – By Getting to Know Our Students

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Isaiah Harmison

 Health Promotion and Wellness  

"I chose to transfer to UW-Stevens Point, because it felt like home. I had a sense of belonging here. UW-Stevens Point provided a major I was interested in studying. This major has some of the most knowledgeable and proactive faculty members that care for their students, and they teach us the skills to become true professionals.  

Justin Fernandez

Marketing and International Business

"The athletics program at UW-Stevens Point taught me responsibility, not only for myself but for my teammates. I think UW-Stevens Point can take me anywhere I want to go."

Justin Fernandez
Vanesa Hernandez Cevallos

Vanesa Hernandez Cevallos

Psychology

"The best way to get involved in student life is to go to the Campus Activities and Student Engagement Office or the involvement fair. Meeting new people is key as well. By doing these things, I got the opportunity to join a sorority, Sigma Delta Rho, where I have met some of the most inspirational, strong-willed, empowering women I know."

Taylar Price

Communication and Sociology
Class of 2017

"Being a Pointer means being someone that is not scared to get out of your comfort zone to figure out what works best for you. Also, knowing there are resources that can help you on campus."

Taylor Price
Nomin Erdenebileg

Nomin Erdenebileg

Art - Graphic Design

"Moving to UW-Stevens Point has been the best decision of my life. Not only did it help me discover my major as a graphic designer, it really shaped me as a person."




The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. 

Equal Opportunity: The UW System is committed to equal oppor-tunity for all.  No student may be denied admission to, participation in or the benefits of, or be discriminated against in any service, program, course or facility of the system or its institutions because of the student's race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, disability, ancestry, age,sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status or parental status.

Inquiries concerning compliance with the requirements of Title IX, referring to equal opportunity regardless of sex may be directed to the UW System Office of Human Resources and Workforce Diversity, 1570 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Dr., Madison, WI 53706 (608-262-5504).  Inquiries pertaining to nondiscrimination on the basis of disability may be addressed to the Office of the Chancellor of any UW System institution.