Korger-Mitchell, who plans to attend Edgewood College, becomes the sixth senior from the Spartans' girls track and field program planning to compete in college.
UW System President Ray Cross sounded a warning Thursday about ending some academic programs and layoffs as campuses brace for coronavirus-related budget cuts in the coming years.
Campion, a first-team all-conference girls basketball selection in the Badger South, plans to attend UW-Stevens Point.
Gabri Gaines will run at UW-Stevens Point; Hayley Gaines will compete at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania
Like many regional universities across the country, UW-Stevens Point has grappled with declining state support and enrollment.
Ferkovich led the L-Cats to a 10-2 record, the Capitol North Conference title and the third round of the WIAA Division 4 playoffs this past fall.
As part of an ongoing project to update its Silver Lake Management Plan, city officials in Portage are looking to gain public input through a survey and inform residents by hosting a series of informational meetings in coming months.
One in every five incoming UW-Madison freshmen this year reported using an e-cigarette sometime in the two weeks before arriving on campus, according to University Health Services survey results.
At least five UW campuses have taken a cue from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, who ordered a pride flag fly above the state Capitol through the end of the month as a sign of support and solidarity for LGBTQ individuals.
Just one of the 13 campuses requires students to submit immunization records.
Some tenured faculty teaching in programs that may be eliminated were left Thursday wondering what their future holds.
"My ground squirrels don't go on hiatus because of the government shutdown," a UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine professor said of her federally funded research project.
The move comes in the wake of a proposal that will eliminate six academic majors and lay off faculty to reduce the university’s roughly $8 million deficit.
The long-awaited report bluntly states: "In an era of fiscal constraints, UW-Stevens Point can no longer be all things to all people."
The plan is the latest example of state schools’ cost-cutting as they grapple with budget deficits stemming from a decline in student enrollment, cuts in state money and frozen tuition rates for in-state undergraduate students.
UW-Stevens Point received an "unsatisfactory" rating on an audit of its bank account management and oversight presented to the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents this month. The report detailed a failure to complete the reconciliation of UWSP’s general fund since 2012.
Staff members will write policies bolstering the checks.
Shawn Wilson, who handled sexual misconduct complaints, resigned when he was accused of sexually harassing a woman on campus in 2015, but went on to hold positions handling similar complaints at two other universities, according to newly released documents.
STEVENS POINT — “The report of my death was an exaggeration.”
A rally Wednesday protesting a proposal to eliminate 13 humanities majors at UW-Stevens Point drew hundreds of supporters of the liberal arts …
The groups said that the regional university would be doing a disservice by cutting in-depth education into humanities and social science programs.
I read with great dismay Sunday's State Journal story "Cuts cause controversy," about a UW-Stevens Point plan “axing liberal arts degrees whil…
The root of the disheartening curricular changes to be implemented at UW-Stevens Point is the steadily deepening inequality that has transform…
A UW-Stevens Point plan to transform its academic offerings — axing liberal arts degrees while adding them in science, engineering, business a…
Ramczyk said before last week's Cotton Bowl that he received a first-round grade from the NFL Advisory Board.