Tag Archives: Dreyfus University Center

Goodbye Old DeBot, Hello New Dining Experience

Monique Mata-Bonilla shares what's in store for next school year (and where students can eat on campus!), as the DeBot Dining Center is renovated.

DeBot will be closed for the summer of 2018, the whole 2018-19 academic year and the following summer of 2019, with a Grand Reopening fall 2019. But have no fear! Dining and Summer Conferences staff are working to provide ways for students to still get their fresh meals each day at other locations across campus.

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What Can The Cupboard Do For You?

Monique Mata-Bonilla shares what The Cupboard can do for UW-Stevens Point students.

The University Centers Campus Activities and Student Engagement – also known as CASE – provides a food pantry called The Cupboard for students living on and off campus. It’s located on the lower level of the Dreyfus University Center in room 061.

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April Is Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month and UW-Stevens Point’s Financial Aid Office will be hosting events on campus that cover financial literacy topics.

Happy financial literacy month! Throughout the month of April, UW-Stevens Point’s Financial Aid Office will be hosting events and covering topics regarding financial literacy.

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5 Essential Things To Know About University Information And Tickets

University Centers blogger Monique Mata-Bonilla has the essential info you need to know about University Information and Tickets.

I’ll shed some light on this lesser known campus service by sharing five useful need-to-knows about University Information and Tickets at UW-Stevens Point. You may already be familiar with its central desk, located in the first-floor lobby of the Dreyfus University Center.

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Get The Latest Scoop On Your PointCard

University Centers blogger Monique Mata-Bonilla gives the latest scoop on your PointCard. Learn what your student ID can do for you!

There are many perks your PointCard has to offer that many students don’t realize. As your student ID, your PointCard is your ticket for free admission to most on-campus events. It also provides discounts on purchases at participating businesses, doubles as your free city bus pass, and holds your on-campus gym memberships (plus free group fitness classes!). Along with everything above, your PointCard also holds three important accounts…

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