The Division of Student Affairs is here for all Pointers!

Even in these unprecedented times, the UW-Stevens Point Division of Student Affairs is here to help our students create a personal and meaningful experience at UWSP. We're here with virtual and in-person resources to support all students.


The well-being of our student-athletes and our campus community remains at the forefront of any decision regarding COVID-19. We're compelled to act with extreme caution during these unprecedented times as we join the entire NCAA membership in preventing the unnecessary transmission of COVID-19. While we acclimate to our new normal amid the COVID-19 outbreak, please know we have an abundance of resources available to you as a Pointer.

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Counseling Center

The UW-Stevens Point Counseling Center is fully committed to the mental health and well-being of our students during this unprecedented time. Telemental health services via Zoom (HIPPA secure, online platform) will be available during normal business hours. We will also be providing short videos addressing issues such as anxiety, adjustment to online education and more.

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Dean of Students

You Matter. Point Cares. The Dean of Students staff continues to seamlessly support, advocate for and make appropriate referrals to campus and community resources for students. We continue to visit directly with students about their concerns, consult with faculty and staff on how they can support students and address important issues like unhealthy alcohol and drug use or the impact of interpersonal violence. We remain fully committed to you and your success as our students.

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Dining and Summer Conferences

The educational experience has changed but UWSP Dining is still committed to creating sustainable meals and nourishing a diverse community. Stay well and healthy wherever you are located with these tips from our Registered Dietitian and culinary staff.

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Diversity and College Access

The primary mission of Diversity and College Access (DCA) is to improve the retention and graduation rates for African American, Asian American and Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American and LGBTQ+ students. DCA will continue to provide virtual resources to connect students to campus while also supporting pre-college programs for low-income, first-generation and academically at-risk high school students.  

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Godfrey University Child Learning and Care Center

The purpose of the Helen R. Godfrey University Child Learning & Care Center is to provide top quality early care and education for children in a stimulating environment where children can learn to grow emotionally, socially, physically and cognitively while enjoying themselves. The overall well-being of our children, families and staff remains at the forefront of any decision regarding COVID-19. During these unprecedented times, we cautiously monitor the situation along with mandates from the Department of Children and Families, to aid in preventing the unnecessary transmission of COVID-19. 

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Housing and Residence Life

UWSP Residential Living is committed to supporting our students anywhere! If you have a housing question, need help with a housing application or have a request, we are here to guide and assist you during these difficult times. You can stay connected through our website of resources and the UWSP Housing Portal.

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Student Health Service

Student Health Service provides student-centered healthcare that empowers and promotes wellness for all UWSP students. Services are now available for acute care and via telehealth. Discover our telehealth options and services, including information on how to speak with a nurse, refill medications, obtain lab work, and how to be evaluated for acute care needs. 

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University Centers

Even in unprecedented times, we help connect our students with in-person and virtual programming, services and resources to bring our campus together. Because wherever you are, you can get involved, engaged and make the most of your Pointer experience.

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The total number of visits to Student Health Services in 2018-2019.
The amount of student visits to the Multicultural Resource Center in 2018-2019


The University Child Learning and Care Center has a garden with beans climbing a teepee, several raised beds growing beets, greens, potatoes, cucumbers, squash and more.

7 Dimensions of Wellness​​​


Helping students create a personal and meaningful experience at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

​​Whether you are living in the residence halls, enjoying a meal or snack in one of our dining areas, attending an athletic event or socializing at the Dreyfus University Center, Student Affairs departments put life into your University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point experience.

Your health and well-being are the focus of our Student Health ServiceCounseling Center, and Dean of Students Office.

We work to create a welcoming campus that embraces diversity and helps grow UW-Stevens Point students into responsible global citizens.

We also know that non-traditional students have different needs including affordable, quality child care​.

The Division of Student Affairs is here to help you create and build a Pointer Life that remains a part of you long after you leave UW-Stevens Point.