Stay on track with UW-Stevens Point summer session

Although the spring semester has ended, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will soon welcome back students for its summer session of classes.

“Taking summer classes is a great way for students to get ahead, catch up or simply stay on track for a timely graduation,” said Greg Summers, vice chancellor for Academic Affairs. “Many students report that they especially enjoy the smaller classes and the informal atmosphere of summer courses.” 

Summer session classes are open to current UW-Stevens Point students as well members of the community and students at other universities. Classroom, online or partially online courses may be found under “Summer Session 2014” at

Various sessions are offered:

  • Three-week session, May 27-June 13

  • Eight-week session, June 16-Aug. 8

  • Four-week session, June 16-July 11

  • Four-week session, July 14-Aug. 8 

Study abroad opportunities are also offered in the summer. Students have several options for short-term trips to Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America. See for more information. 

UW-Stevens Point Continuing Education also offers summer classes for credit. For more information, go to 


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