Follow your passion: Earn a teaching degree from the UW-Stevens Point School of Education
Help students overcome obstacles in learning and find innovative ways to inspire them by becoming a teacher through the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
The School of Education is the hub of teacher preparation programs at UW-Stevens Point. We prepare future teachers who are majoring in early childhood education
, elementary education
, physical education
or special education
. The School of Education also supports students seeking certification in K-12 and secondary education.
As a prospective first-year student
, you will find the School of Education has the right program to help you meet your professional goals. Our faculty
will remind you of your favorite elementary, middle and high school teachers, the ones who saw your potential then and still do.
Explore special opportunities in the School of Education
we are just the right size, we can open up all kinds of opportunities
We'll encourage you to succeed through volunteer opportunities and innovative teaching approaches that put you in an elementary, middle or high school classroom. You’ll be an active learner closely involved in real-world situations designed to ensure your professional success.
You will have diverse peers, lead student organizations, interact with children and the community, volunteer and attend professional conferences across the country.
Successful career planning and placement
You'll find the skills and knowledge you receive through our education programs make you highly sought after as a teacher. In fact, our placement has been more than 80 percent during the last five years, and we continue to receive positive feedback from schools regarding our graduates
Students blog about their experience working with school children in Namibia and New Zealand
Professor Perry Cook earns 2015 UW-Stevens Point Excellence in Teaching Award
UW-Stevens Point students mentor sixth graders at the Bannach Elementary School "Challenge Café" as a part of the Oscar W. Neale Fellowship