The primary mission of Diversity and College Access (DCA) is to improve the retention and graduation rates for African American, Asian American and Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American and LGBTQ+ students. DCA connects these students to on and off campus resources and supports pre-college programs for low-income, first generation and academically at-risk high school students.
To provide a safe space for all students.
For high school students interested in a pre-college program, English for College or Upward Bound might be the right fit for you!
LEAD is a summer bridge program that is focused on increasing first-year undergraduate students’ sense of belonging at UWSP. The program is aimed at providing a supportive community that promotes student success by getting first-year undergraduate students ahead and ready to start their college careers. It focusses on campus resources, transitioning into college, student success skills, social and enrichment activities, and the development of future campus leaders.
The Noel Compass Scholarship (NCS) is a privately funded scholarship established to encourage and reward academic achievement, leadership, and citizenship for students of color from Wisconsin high schools attending UW-Stevens Point (UWSP). Undergraduate students can also fund their education through the Lawton grant. Graduate students should review the Advanced Opportunity Program Fellowship to further fund their education.
The purpose of the Multicultural Resource Center is to educate, promote and provide services to build a supportive environment in which all students can develop a better understanding and appreciation for the multiculturalism in our community and beyond. For more information, please call 715-261-6353.
The Inclusive Excellence Institute strives to provide leaders at all levels with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to foster inclusive, sustainable environments in their workplaces, organizations and social networks. For more information, please call 715-389-6537.
Whether it is a specific incident of hate or bias, or an unfair policy or practice on campus, we want to hear about it! Please use the following forms so we can help make our campus community a more inclusive and safe space for all. Your experiences matter to us! If you are ever a victim, a firsthand witness, or heard of an incident of hate/bias secondhand, please complete a confidential Hate/Bias Incident Report.