Tag Archives: Student advising

Why Should Should Choose a Double Degree or Double Major

By Hannah Danczyk   Hey, current and future Pointers! Did you come to college, or are going to college with many interests that you wanted to pursue? Having a double major or double degree may be right for you! What’s the difference? Double majors consist of one bachelor’s degree with two majors within the same […]

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UW-Stevens Point’s Field Stations

Did you know UW-Stevens Point (UWSP) owns three field stations? From the Northwoods to right on campus, the field stations play a vital role for students in the College of Natural Resources (CNR). For CNR students, a summer field experience is a requirement for graduation. What is summer field experience? It allows students to learn […]

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April is Financial Literacy Month

Happy Financial Literacy Month! Throughout the month of April, UW-Stevens Point’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will be hosting events and covering topics regarding financial literacy. Part of becoming financially literate, as a college student, includes the ability to use knowledge and skills to make good decisions related to budgeting, borrowing and repayment strategies. […]

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Getting Ready to Graduate-Tips to Budget like a Pro and Tackle Student Loans

By: David Specht-Boardman, class of ‘14 Graduation. It’s a big step. You begin the next exciting phase of your journey and take everything Point prepared you for and start your career. Graduation also means figuring out how to pay back your student loans and becoming financially independent. Here’s some tips to budget like a pro […]

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An Interview with Professor Nik Butz

The relationship between a student and teacher is unique. Connections are formed through a short four months, where you may only see each other for an hour or two per week. This leaves students with little time to ask the questions they might be curious about. Today I sit down in the CPS Café with Professor […]

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