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DISCOVER YOUR PASSION AND FIND A PROGRAM PERFECT FOR YOU.

Are you into biology or theatre arts? Math or English literature? Are you associate degree-focused or bachelor’s degree bound? At UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield, we stand by our academics and will set you up to succeed in your program choice. Here, you’ll find professors dedicated to teaching and course options that fit your life. 

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ARE YOU READY TO UNLOCK THE POSSIBILITIES?

Explore our courses, majors, certificates and degree options and prepare to start your academic journey.

Learn more about ways to kickstart your college journey with our special high school programs.

The general liberal arts transfer associate degree (AAS) and professional associate (AS) degrees prepare students for success in their bachelor’s degrees. An associate degree from UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield guarantees transfer to other UW institutions with all lower-division general education requirements completed. The transition is seamless to UW-Stevens Point’s main campus for a bachelor’s degree.

Associate of Science (AS)

– Pre-Engineering
– Leadership and Project Management
– Human Services

Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)

– General liberal arts transfer degree
– Or with specialization:

Interest in Education
Interest in Healthcare (nursing, pre-med, pre-pharm, pre-PT, etc.)
Interest in Nursing
Interest in Sociology and Social Work
Interest in Science or Natural Resources

Please see the Academic Advising page for degree planning help.

Earn your bachelor’s degree on the Marshfield campus through UWSP or with one of several collaborative degree programs.

– Business Administration
– Nursing (BSN completion)

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)

The UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences completion degree program is currently suspended. As of January 18, 2018, UW-Stevens Point is no longer accepting new student admissions to the UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield Bachelor Applied Arts and Sciences completion degree program.

Currently enrolled BAAS students, contact your adviser for the most current information.

Collaborative Degree Programs:

UW-Milwaukee College Connection- Majors Include: Organization Administration, Communication, Information Resources

UW-Oshkosh – Majors Include: Human Services Leadership

UW System eCampus  Earn a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, Business Administration, Nursing, Sustainable Management and many more majors with online bachelor’s degree programs offered by our UW four-year partners.

Madison Connections

UW-Eau Claire: Nursing

UW-PlattevilleEngineering

UW-Stevens Point Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The UW-Stevens Point local MBA in Applied Leadership and Decision-Making will help you power up your career, develop a broader, deeper knowledge of business administration and graduate with the applied leadership and decision-making skills you need to advance.

Our MBA is not like other MBAs. Our focus is YOUR skill development. It’s not just theory; it’s practical, useful and career-ready. Classes are developed by educators with industry experience to meet employers’ needs. You will gain marketable skills in the most sought-after areas of business including analytics, communication, economics, finance, leadership, management, and marketing.

Choose our Career-Ready Program

• Local Classes—Attend locally taught evening classes in Wausau, Stevens Point and Marshfield in a combined in-person and online format
• Professional Connections—Engage in classes, projects, events and mentoring with experienced business leaders and educators
• In-Demand Skills—Learn the leadership skills that employers consider when hiring and promoting
• Accelerated Learning—Complete your degree in as few as 12 to 24 months
• Brand Recognition—Choose a program with a brand, the University of Wisconsin System and AACSB are recognized and respected by employers
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UWSP TIMETABLE AND ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Academic Advising is an important part of your college experience. All UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield students are assigned to a faculty or staff academic advisor. Your academic advisor assignment can be found in your accesSPoint account.

Your academic adviser can help you:

  • Explore academic and career goals
  • Select classes for major exploration and degree completion
  • Find academic resources
  • Learn how to use accesSPoint
  • Learn about transferring or transitioning to UW-Stevens PointYou should plan on meeting with your academic adviser at least once a semester. It is highly recommended that you schedule a meeting with your adviser prior to registering for classes for the upcoming semester.

Scheduling a Meeting

While your academic advisor may have posted office hours, it is in your best interest to schedule an appointment. If your academic advisor is located in the Solution Center, please call the front desk at 715-389-6530 to schedule an appointment. If you have been assigned to a faculty advisor, please contact that faculty member directly either by phone or e-mail Adviser Jen Lowe at jlowe@uwsp.edu.

Before Your Appointment

  • Review the associate’s degree requirements.
  • Explore the online course schedule.
  • You are required to bring a list of possible classes for the following semester.
  • Print a copy of your unofficial transcript and bring it to the appointment.
  • Bring a list of questions or topics you want to discuss with your advisor.

If you cannot make it to your scheduled appointment, call your adviser to reschedule. Other students are also trying to get in for appointments, so please be considerate and call if you need to reschedule.

Student Support Services – Located in Room 107

Professional Tutoring:  Instructors are available in The DUO Center to assist eligible students in Math and Writing

Schedule an appointment through NAVIGATE or just stop in the Center and talk to one of our amazing professional tutors.

  • Math – Dee Dewitt, MW 11:30 – 1:30

  • Writing – Jeff Verona, TR 11:30 – 1:30

The DUO Center is sponsored by a grant that requires students to meet one of the eligibility criteria: an accommodation, Pell grant or a disability. 

To find out more about DUO or how to schedule an appointment, contact the Solution Center at 715-389-6530.

The academic departments represented at UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield are part of UW-Stevens Point main campus. The UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield is a branch of UW-Stevens Point’s four-year institution and is a part of the UW System.

Click on the links below to learn about the academic departments.

Academic Departments

 

For FAQs please visit the UW-Stevens Point Office of the Registrar.

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LIBRARY

Check out information and resources for students, faculty and staff members.
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TUTORING-LEARNING CENTER

Learn new study habits, improve your writing and gain confidence in subject matters such as science and math with the help of tutors in the Tutoring-Learning Center.
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COMMENCEMENT

It’s time to celebrate you and your accomplishments! Check out the Commencement website for more information.