Registration for First-Year STAR events for Spring 2021 - Coming Soon.
Registration for First-Year STAR events for Fall 2021 will open in March 2021.
Activate your account - Your UW-Stevens Point student ID number is
required (located on admittance letter)
Login to accesSPoint
Select the STAR/Orientation tile
Select STAR Orientation Signup and click "Add Registration"
Complete the information request and select the STAR date you prefer to attend. Make sure to click "Save" on the top right-hand corner.
All new first-year students are required to attend a STAR session. Your STAR session includes time to meet with advisers, register for your classes, and learn about student services that help students transition to campus.
What does online STAR mean for you?
- You will receive an individual advising time, early registration for STAR will result in you receiving higher priority for class selection for the fall semester. Our advisors will help you select courses and enroll for the fall semester.
- Advising times will be assigned after the completion of online STAR/Orientation found in accesSPoint to all registered participants. Our online STAR/Orientation is designed to help you familiarize yourself with the tools and services you need to be successful and as you transition into the college learning environment. By completing this introduction to our campus, you’re taking the first step towards discovering your purpose here at UW-Stevens Point.
- We will be offering courses. We know there is a lot of uncertainty in the world right now, but we are here for you. Our campuses will remain operational and continue to help you in the pursuit of something bigger.
- If you are unable to engage in this modality online, please let us know immediately so that we may gather the necessary paperwork to mail you at home and make alternative arrangements.
As a new Pointer, you're also required to participate in the UW System Regional Placement Testing Program prior to the scheduled STAR session. The placement tests will ensure you enroll in the appropriate English, math, and foreign language course level. Register for your regional placement tests