Welcome to the Family!

The checklist items below form a good "to do" list as you prepare to start classes at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus. Your advisor is here to help every step of the way. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions.

Checklist Items for Marinette Campus Students
Check your UW-Green Bay email account: www.uwgb.edu/email. Please check your email account at least once each week.
Contract for on-campus housing. 
Arrange for your final official transcript (high school or college, if applicable) to be sent to:
    UW-Green Bay Admissions Office
    2420 Nicolet Drive
    Green Bay, WI 54311
 Apply for financial aid with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov.  The UW-Green Bay college code is the same for all campuses: 003899. The FAFSA application is available beginning October 1.
 Accept or decline financial aid. Financial aid awarding will begin in early 2019. Students must complete the FAFSA to be considered for financial aid. After awarding begins, students are awarded about two weeks after filing the FAFSA.
 Apply for scholarships through the university! Students at any UW-Green Bay campus may apply for the university scholarships www.uwgb.edu/scholarshipsThe priority application date is February 15.
Take your Placement Tests. All students are required to take placement tests to help us determine the best courses for you to take as you begin at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus.
  • Specific information about placement tests will be sent to you. Please plan to take your placement tests at least two weeks before your registration time.
 Register for your Advising and Registration (A&R) Session. Specific information about A&R programs will be sent to you.
  • Fall semester sessions – March through August
  • Spring semester sessions – November through January
 Attend new student orientation. Start off on the right foot with a great orientation. Attendance is required for all new student. Specific information about orientation will be sent to you.
  • Fall semester – Late August
  • Spring semester – January
 Classes begin
  • As classes begin, do not forget to pay your outstanding charges to the university, obtain your student ID, and begin getting involved in clubs and campus activities.

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