Copying off of someone's test, plagiarism, claiming credit for work that is not yours, and all other forms of academic misconduct are not tolerated at UW-Stevens Point. If a student is confused about what exactly academic misconduct is, there is information available regarding rules and procedures for the process. You can also visit with your faculty or learn how to cite the work of others at the Writing Lab.
Your full-time job at UW-Stevens Point is to be a student. Being successful depend a lot on how much effort and time you invest. It also asking questions or finding support if you feel lost. We have an amazing Tutoring-Learning Center if you want to learn how to be a better student or need subject-specific help.
It is very important that you attend every meeting of your classes and labs. Yes, every day, every class. If you think you might miss a class, visit with your faculty right away. If you have already missed classes, go see your faculty now and get back to class. Click the link above for more ideas.
Concerns and Resources
As student's life is full of responsibilities and potential stressors. There are many great resources on campus and in our community to support students in need. If you don't see a particular type of resource, contact our office and will do our best to help. 715-346-2611 or firstname.lastname@example.org