Whether you are an undecided student who has not yet chosen a major or a student with a very defined life and transfer goal you should definitely visit with an advisor. Advisors can help you select coursework and alert you to information and special opportunities.
Although the ultimate responsibility for making decisions about educational plans and life goals rests with you, the student, advisors are available to offer you assistance with this by helping you to identify and assess alternatives and make choices. Ultimately advisors will assist you in making the choices with which you will be the most satisfied.
Students should schedule a minimum of one appointment with an advisor each semester. Quick questions may be done on a walk-in basis, while in-depth program planning and course selection should be done by appointment. Advisors' hours are available at the
Solution Center front desk.
Before you attend your advising appointment, pleSpring 2020 AAS Designators.pdfase review thePre-Advising Checklist to make sure you are prepared.
Students are assigned to a specific advisor at UW-Stevens Point at Wausau based on their last name. In general, students with last names beginning with A-Q are assigned to Amy Seering and those with last names R-Z are assigned to Amber Ruff-Brei.
Students are encouraged to consult an advisor concerning major, career exploration, concerns, course sequencing and selection.
Associate's Degree related forms:
Associate's Degree Requirements Worksheet.pdf
Spring 2020 AAS Designators.pdf
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact the Solution Center at uwsp.Wausau@uwsp.edu or 715-261-6235.
Our academic advisors want to make it as easy as possible for you to succeed. Here are a few of our most frequently asked questions. If you have questions or concerns, please contact us!