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Advisers who help BUILD YOUR DEGREE into a career

School of Health Sciences and Wellness majors are encouraged to meet with our advising staff to develop plans to meet their educational, career and life goals. Our advisers assist students with:

Book an Appointment

Schedule a meeting with our professional advisers through the Anderson Classroom to Career Center at 715-346-2112. Peer advisers are also available in the Anderson Center (CPS 128) Monday-Thursday (9 a.m.-4 p.m.) and Friday (9 a.m.-1 p.m.).

Meet the SHSW Advising Center Staff

Becky Konietzki

Becky Konietzki

  • Academic and Career Adviser – School of Health Sciences and Wellness
Advising, College of Professional Studies, Dietetics, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health Promotion and Wellness, Health Science and Wellness, School of Health Sciences and Wellness, Sustainable Food and Nutrition
715-346-3233​
Tiffany Koeshall

Tiffany Koeshall

  • Academic Adviser and Recruitment Specialist – School of Health Sciences and Wellness
Advising, Clinical Laboratory Science, College of Professional Studies, Health Information Management and Technology, Health Science, Health Science and Wellness, Nursing, School of Health Sciences and Wellness
715 346-2603
Sondra Reynolds

Sondra Reynolds

  • Clinical Assistant Professor – Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Director of Clinical Services – Speech-Language Pathology
  • Coordinator Undergrad and Graduate Programs – Communication Sciences and Disorders
Advising, Audiology, College of Professional Studies, Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Health Sciences and Wellness
715-346-4816

Admission to SBE Majors

The School of Business and Economics has a formal admissions policy​. You must be admitted to your SBE major to register for some upper-level courses and to graduate with an accounting, business administration and economics major. If you are not far enough along in your studies to qualify for admission to the major, we highly recommend that you request “pre-major” status by declaring an SBE major. This will ensure that you receive specialized advising from the SBE Advising Center and regular updates on events and deadlines.

The School of Business and Economics has a formal admissions policy. You must be admitted to your SBE major to register for some upper-level courses and to graduate with an accounting, business administration and economics major.

If you are not far enough along in your studies to qualify for admission to the major, we highly recommend that you request “pre-major” status by declaring an SBE major. This will ensure that you receive specialized advising from the SBE Advising Office and regular updates on events and deadlines.

Current SBE policy states that you must apply for admission to the major once you complete between 10-18 credits toward the major.

You are encouraged to apply once you have completed at least 10 credits in the major. You can check the online catalog for the recommended courses for each major. Note: this includes all courses that count toward your major including courses from other departments, as well as from the School of Business & Economics.

If you are a transfer student, you should apply before you complete 18 credits in the SBE major OR during your first semester at UWSP.

If you are switching majors within the School of Business & Economics or adding a second major, you may apply even if you already have over 18 credits in the new major, as long as you have met all other admission requirements.

By the Numbers

659
students had 1-on-1 meetings with advising director
1,280
hours available to meet with students each year
1,036
students majoring in an SBE program

Advising Guides

For each of our majors and minors, there is a guide that will provide you with general information about the major and a possible plan for completing the coursework. There is also a checklist to help you keep track of your progress and to help you plan for the future. Make sure to utilize the resources below according to the academic year in which you entered the SBE program. It is recommended that you check over these guides with your adviser and utilize your degree progress report while creating a graduation plan.
“Academic coaches are the first line of contact for students and make it easy to get a good read on programs, classes, organizations and events. You can get the perspective of a peer and are given honest answers from someone who has gone through the same thing.”
Jennifer WeiserMajors: Accounting; Management