The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is required by law to make available to enrolled students, prospective students, their parents, and employees certain information about its operations. Such information pertains to: (1) general institutional operation, (2) financial aid, (3) general completion and graduation rates, (4) annual security report, (5) completion and graduation rates for student athletes, and (6) athletic program participation rates and financial support.
Web site addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the university officials who can respond to questions or information requests in their specific areas are included with each informational item. To request hard copies of any of the information listed below, please contact the respective departments listed or contact the Consumer Information Disclosure Compliance Officer.
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Students: Disability and Assistive Technology Center website:https://www.uwsp.edu/datc/Pages/default.aspx
Typical Student Accommodations:https://www.uwsp.edu/datc/Pages/student-accommodations.aspx
Getting Registered for Services:https://www.uwsp.edu/datc/Pages/registration-instructions.aspx
President George W. Bush signed a bill on December 8, 2004 (public law 108-447) which designates every September 17 as Constitution Day. All institutions of higher education that receive federal funding are required to prepare a program to inform students about the US Constitution.
See: Security Policies, Crime & Fire Statistics
The Fire Safety report begins on page 34 of the Annual Security Report.
Universities receiving Federal financial assistance must designate at least one employee to coordinate their efforts to comply with and carry out their responsibilities under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), which prohibits sex discrimination in education programs and activities. These designated employees are generally referred to as Title IX coordinators.
The UW-Stevens Point School of Health Care Professionals strongly
encourages students to receive a Hepatitis B Vaccination (p. 18).
Note: While there is no institutional policy regarding
vaccinations, to prevent disease outbreaks, Student Health Services strongly
encourage students to have had all the recommended childhood vaccinations
including two doses of MMR vaccine, meningococcal quadrivalent vaccine (types
A, C, Y, W), TdaP and an annual influenza vaccination.