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The dance program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point creates a dynamic culture in which students achieve full physical expression, technical and stylistic range, and anatomical efficiency. We are dedicated to artistic experimentation and contemporary inquiry that is culturally relevant and historically grounded, preparing students to communicate, contribute and lead as global citizen artists. Frequently asked questions posed by students and parents about dance in higher education. Preparing to Enter a University Dance Program.
Dance program graduates are pioneers in creating dance and theater companies, they perform with regional, national and international dance and theater companies, and screen their camera dances nationally and internationally. UW-Stevens Point alumni are entrepreneurs. They own and manage dance studios, become choreographers and artistic directors, and earn graduate degrees from respected programs worldwide.
At UW-Stevens Point you will have opportunities each year to perform in a variety of venues including Jenkins Theatre, our black box Studio Theatre and dance studios. You will also have opportunities to take classes, perform present research at American College Dance Association (ACDA), the National Dance Educators Organization (NDEO) conference and Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
You will have many opportunities to broaden your experience. All students are welcome to join the UW-Stevens Point Players Student Artistic Alliance. Now in its 50th year, the organization coordinates events such as trips to see shows, workshops to broaden students’ knowledge of theater and dance, and forums, which are casual performance nights throughout the year. Players also helps organize the beginning-of-the-year Theatre and Dance orientation picnic and sells refreshments at show intermissions. Donations support future productions as well as the end-of-the-year banquet, a celebration and Department of Theatre and Dance award ceremony. The evening includes dinner, scholarships presentations, plenty of humor and a rollicking dance. Contact the Student Involvement and Employment Office to learn about other opportunities to become involved on campus.
UW-Stevens Point’s great student-to-teacher ratio means that majors receive excellent guidance and mentoring that supports personal and academic success. Faculty members are accessible and happy to help majors get the most out of their educational experience. The entire department is considered a safe zone for members of the LGBT community and accommodations are available for people with disabilities. UW-Stevens Point also offers career planning and job search services through its Career Services office, linking education to the world of work for UW-Stevens Point students.