Family Day is September 30, 2017

The student organization Residence Hall Association and Campus Activities and Student Engagement sponsor Family Day, giving you the opportunity to explore and enjoy the campus the way your son or daughter gets to everyday! Family Day is a chance for families to see what their son or daughter does on a daily basis and participate in fun activities with them. You'll enjoy a variety of in-hall events throughout the day, as well as events across campus, including a football game, gospel choir concert, trivia contest and much more!

Join us and see what the university and the Stevens Point community have to offer!​​​​​​​​

Al Thompson

​​We are looking forward to welcoming you to campus on Saturday, September 30, for UWSP’s Family Day – an annual tradition at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Please plan to attend and spend some quality time with your student. Saturday will be filled with many special campus events. You may also choose to explore the Stevens Point community while you’re here. This website contains information on Family Day campus events, and other attractions and hotels in the Stevens Point community.

Create some lasting memories with your child and have fun while you're here. For further information about Family Day and the events being offered this year, please review all pages on this website. If you have any questions regarding Family Day or the events offered, please contact

We are looking forward to seeing you at UWSP’s Family Day, September 30, 2017!


Al S. Thompson, Jr.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Senior Diversity Officer

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Visit the University Centers!

In the Dreyfus University Center you can visit the University Store, the Brewhaus, and numerous student organizations.


Dining on-campus:

Upper DeBot Center open 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. for brunch

Lower DeBot Center open 1 p.m. – 9 p.m. with a variety of made-to-order food stations

Basement Brewhaus (coffeehouse/pub) in the DUC open 12 noon – 10 p.m.


Take a walk through the Fine Arts Building to view student artwork that takes weeks for students to complete.​​