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Learn about our admissions requirements, how we review applications and how you can get started. This is your step-by-step guide to applying to UW-Green Bay. We are here to walk through this process with you.
UW-Green Bay Admissions Advisors are here to help. They can answer questions about applying, majors, campus life, housing, and so much more. Let us know how we can help you.
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Most importantly, we encourage you to reach out to an advisor. Our advisors are specifically trained to work with online, transfer and returning adult students and can assist you in navigating the admissions process for your particular circumstances.
We are also happy to provide some general admission information and hints below.
If you have earned at least 15 transferrable credits, you would be reviewed as a transfer student. During your review process, we would need official copies of your transcripts from all institutions (colleges, universities, technical colleges, community colleges) you have attended.
If you have fewer than 15 transferrable credits, you would be reviewed as a new freshman student. During your review process, we will need to review your official high school transcripts and official ACT/SAT scores. (If you graduated from high school more than five years ago, providing ACT/SAT scores is not required.)
If you previously attended UW-Green Bay (and haven't attended anywhere since UW-Green Bay), you would be reviewed as a re-entry student. During your review process, we will need to review your past academic performance in classes at UW-Green Bay.
This statement is critical and will factor strongly into your admission to the University. Grammar, spelling and content are important. Think carefully about what is bringing you – or bringing you back – to UW-Green Bay. Please take the time to tell us about:
If you need assistance in writing your essays, our advisors will be happy to assist you.
NOW is a great time to begin your application! Review our helpful hints, how to begin and what to do after completing the application.
Your first step will be completing the UW System online application.
A note for Re-entry Students:
We want you to put your best foot forward in your application. So, the least we can do is give you some hints for preparing your application.
Stuck? Ask for help. Contact an advisor at 920-465-2111 about completing the application.
Transcripts and all other materials should be sent to:
UW-Green Bay Admissions
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311
We want you to know what happens after you apply.
About a week after you have hit submit on the online application you will be receiving a letter from the Admissions Office giving you a Campus ID and Application Number to help you check the status of your application.
This status check will tell you where your application is in the review process. Specifically, you can learn how to complete your application, or if your application is complete and being processed by our Admissions Staff.
Please be sure to quit your browser before leaving your computer. This will help keep your application status information secure. To check your application status, enter the requested information below and click on “SUBMIT.”
We're sorry if you need to cancel your application, and hope we will be able to serve you in the future. If you do need to cancel your application, you can do so by completing the online cancel form. You will need to provide your name, date of birth and last four digits of your Social Security number so that we may verify your identity.
|What to Send Us||Summer/Fall 2017||Spring 2018||Fall 2018|
|Online Application||Now||August 1||September 1|
|College Transcripts||Now||August 1||September 1|
|Application Fee||Now||August 1||September 1|
Review all Admissions Deadlines for further information.
Using the chart above, you can see when you can begin each step in the application process based on your year of graduation. UW-Green Bay has a rolling admissions process. This means we will accept qualified students until we are full or until we reach the calendar deadline. It usually takes us about 2 weeks to review applications.