File Your FAFSA

By: Ashley Krizmanich Whether you are an incoming student (congratulations!) or a continuing student, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application is open if you have not already completed it. The application opened on October 1, 2020, for aid year 2021-2022. If you have not yet submitted it, don’t fret!   It is best practice to submit […]

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How Winterim Billing Works

Financial aid tips from UW-Stevens Point's Financial Aid and Scholarship blogger!

By: Ashley Krizmanich I hope that this new year has been off to a great start for each of you. Some of my winter breaks consisted of relaxing, while others consisted of working as much as possible. I even took a winterim course one year. One of my biggest questions when enrolling for winterim was […]

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Coping with Loneliness and Isolation During COVID-19

By: UW-Stevens Point Conseling Center Isolation and loneliness are associated with poorer mental health. Here are some ways to combat isolation and loneliness, especially during COVID-19. Keep to a Schedule Do your best to keep a daily routine and schedule every day. Stay Informed Stay informed about what is going on, however, do not overdo […]

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FASFA Tips

By: Dyllan Griepentrog October is a very busy time for students. While I don’t want to add more to your plate, I did want to talk about something important – the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA became available to students on Oct. 1 for the next academic year.  Here are five […]

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Homecoming 2020

Happy homecoming, Pointers! Or should I say, ZOOMComing! I know this year’s homecoming looks different, but we’re still celebrating all week long. There are activities planned every day to get alumni or current Pointers in the homecoming spirit. See a few of the events happening Oct. 12-17. Pointer Virtual 5k: Run, Walk, Roll I have […]

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