Whether it’s field research in the environmental sciences, a marketing audit for a business class, or an Education program that puts prospective students into K-12 classrooms early and often (shown here), UW-Green Bay emphasizes hands-on learning for a well-rounded approach.
360° of fitness
Options surround you at Kress Events Center
Fitness facilities at the Kress are among the best and newest in the state. Highlights include a 28-foot climbing tower, dedicated aerobics room, elevated indoor track, and (shown here) a full range of fitness equipment with weight machines, exercise bikes, stair climbers, free weights, treadmills and more.
360° of learning
Professors, programs have every angle covered
Across the University, students reach beyond narrow specialization for a more comprehensive approach to learning. One example is the Music program’s 360° Thursdays concert series, organized by the Music program and Prof. Cheryl Grosso. Performances are accompanied by provocative discussions led by a composer, director, performer or arranger.
Circle of friends
Enjoy the benefits of a friendly, welcoming campus
When UW-Green Bay surveyed 2,000 individuals who know us best — current students, alumni, employees and key community contacts — the school got high marks. Its best attributes? Knowledgeable, helpful faculty willing to work one-on-one with students. A picturesque and inviting campus. And modern, up-to-date facilities for both academic and campus life.
Circle of excellence
Top 25 on the court, No. 1 in the classroom
The women’s basketball team is shooting for another great finish. Last year, they were 31-2 and ranked No. 10 in the final AP poll. They also earned the nation’s top academic ranking from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association with a record team GPA of 3.61.
Professors contribute as side-by-side guides
Lectures, discussions, research, field experience. UW-Green Bay faculty members are your guides to an all-around different learning experience. Professors including Matt Dornbush of Natural and Applied Sciences (at left, above) frequently involve students in high-level research projects.