The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point says declining enrollment and less revenue from tuition is forcing it to make some changes. The university plans to cut 13 programs, including English, History and some languages while adding or expanding another 16. Leaders say the school is addressing a four-and-a-half-million dollar deficit by shifting its resources to areas with growth potential. U-W-Stevens Point says it is increasing its focus in areas where there is a higher demand for qualified candidates. Job opportunities are growing in technology, environmental studies, and business.