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Understand soil formation, distribution and structure as well as plant growth and hydrology with the soil science option at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Our faculty provides students with the tools and basic knowledge to work in cutting edge science to improve agriculture, and soil and water conservation.
Soil science graduates work at academic research institutions and federal government agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Natural Resource Conservation Service. Their job titles include:
Our Waste Education Center, Center for Watershed Science and Education, more than 200 student organizations and internship opportunities are examples of some of the ways students can build their résumés during their time at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
Participating in student organizations is a great way to get involved outside the classroom. UW-Stevens Point hosts more than 200 student organizations including the Soil and Water Conservation Society of America. Visit the Student Involvement and Employment Office for a list of opportunities.
Student success is our top priority and the College of Natural Resources Academic and Career Advising Center (CNR ACAC) is an excellent resource to help students reach graduation day. Professional advisers and peer mentors are available Monday through Friday to answer questions about classes, advising, scholarships, internships etc. The CNR ACAC also produces a weekly e-newsletter, the CNR Reporter,
with information on upcoming presentations, student organization
meeting times and other important happenings on and around campus.