University of Wisconsin Stevens Point

Accountability in brief

With our roots in the heart of the state, Wisconsin’s right-sized public university launches students on meaningful life journeys through transformational learning in the arts and sciences. UW-Stevens Point’s primary regions of service touch five of the seven economic development regions in Wisconsin, opening doors to UW-Stevens Point’s expanding role in applied research as an engine for economic recovery. Our four Colleges: Fine Arts and Communication, Letters and Science, Natural Resources and Professional Studies, produce high quality graduates who remain in the state and are leaders in their fields.

​Basic Facts

Fall 2016 Headcount Enrollment - 8,626
  • 87% Wisconsin Residents
  • 86% Undergraduates
  • 14% Graduate Students

​Our Strategic Plan

A Partnership for Thriving Communities: Vibrant, Healthy, Prosperous, Sustainable

​Sustainability

UWSP is recognized nationally as a leader in campus and community sustainability efforts. To learn about our many successes, initiatives and community economic partnerships please visit the UW-Stevens Point Sustainability website.

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For more information about our campus budget reduction efforts, visit:
http://www.uwsp.edu/chancellor/Pages/budget.aspx


Additional Information

  • Complete 2013-14 Accountability Report
  • The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness provides data analyses and interpretation to assist institutional planning, decision making, and provides support for strategic planning, assessment, and accreditation efforts. Examine its site offerings at left for annual enrollment data, survey results or contact them for further information. 
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