Through the discovery and dissemination of knowledge, UWSP stimulates intellectual growth, provides a liberal education, and prepares students for a diverse and sustainable world.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will be recognized for its preparation of students and development of citizens who will affect local, regional, and global affairs and engage with the concerns of the world.
Through the following strategic themes, goals, and action steps, we will uphold our mission, honor our values, and realize our vision.
Main campus: 400 acres and 35 buildings
13 residence halls, housing about 3,500 students
Health Enhancement Center: home to 54,000 sq. ft. Multi-Activity Center (with climbing wall, track, and tennis courts), the Aquatic Center, 2 full-size gymnasiums, and the Strength & Fitness Center
Noel Fine Arts Center: contains Michelsen Concert Hall, Jenkins Theatre, the Carlsten Art Gallery and brand new state-of-the-art practice and performance facilities, including art, music and dance studios, a recording studio and a black box theatre
275-acre Schmeeckle Nature Reserve great for fishing, walking, biking, jogging, boating and wildlife watching
Central Wisconsin Environmental Station (CWES) and Treehaven – two teaching, learning and recreational environmental centers; CWES is located on Sunset Lake 17 miles east of Stevens Point; Treehaven is situated on a glacial ridge 80 miles north of Stevens Point
Newly renovated University Center!
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
1108 Fremont Street Room 102 • Stevens Point, WI 54481-3897
Phone: (715) 346-2441 • Fax: (715) 346-3296