95% of students
The programs here are excellent and well known around the country. They give you great knowledge and experience to get into those first jobs and a step up if you go to graduate school.
I don't like the dorm situations. I wish you didn't have to stay on campus for the first two years. The tuition for out-of-state is also ridiculous. Some of the fees that they have tagged on there with Covid as well have been really unnecessary.
It is honestly geared towards the "big majors" on campus and if you aren't resources, help, and other things that might benefit you are really limited.
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I loved going to the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point because first of all I loved the purple and gold colors of their team. I also loved that they had a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science that I was able to complete in two years. Also having a great group of friends was a great experience to have while at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
I liked everything about the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
It is very easy to like UWSP. The professors there really care about you and want to see you succeed.
Some of the professors don’t seem to understand that you have other classes. Some might assign too many assignments for the week
I enjoy the professors I’ve had so far because their enthusiasm to teach students made it more enjoyable to attend class and learn. I also enjoy the walking distance from local stores if I were to need anything in an emergency because I live on campus.
I don’t like the lack of diversity.
It is a small campus with everything. No need to sweat over sprawling campus buildings, everything was within 15 minutes of walking distance from each other. The dining services were plenty and had every option you could want. The professors were of good quality, knew their fields well and some of my professors were hidden gems; I was grateful to be in their classes. I had no regrets about choosing UW-Stevens Point. Also, their Writing Lab and Tutoring Center are incredible for helping out in classes where you need a lift.
The professors have double duties in teaching and advising, and that made it hard to feel they were able to give 100% at advising, they were swamped with duties. It would be nice to have separate academic advisors who are able to give 100% to the moment with their students.