This program is designed specifically for highly motivated high school students who are learning English as an additional language. Classes meet Monday through Friday, mornings and afternoons, and include intensive work in academic English: reading, writing, presenting, and conducting research. Find the eligibility and application information below!
*Please note: UWSP credits are not earned in EFC.
To apply for English for College (EFC), follow the checklist below:
Click HERE to begin the application now and to upload your forms.
APPLICATION DUE DATE: Monday, April 10, 2023
APPLICATION STATUS NOTIFICATION: May 15, 2023
Precollege scholarships are available from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). If you are admitted to EFC and you qualify for a DPI precollege scholarship, you will receive free EFC tuition, room, meals, classroom supplies, and other program activities. The program does not provide transportation to and from Stevens Point. Participants need to bring their own spending money for personal items.
About the UWSP Campus
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is ranked among the Top 10 public universities in 12 states in the Midwest, according to U.S. News and World Report. Our campus is large enough to offer many educational and recreational events, yet small enough to make even new students feel comfortable very quickly.
Residential Living for the Summer
EFC participants live and eat right on campus. So, to help you navigate everything at UWSP, there are multiple EFC counselors who serve as your dedicated guides. And, you will have an EFC roommate: someone your own age who probably speaks a different language than you do, but will most likely become a great friend.
Contact Maria Harris
Multicultural Resource Coordinator
715-346-4164 or 715-261-6353