Your UW-Green Bay advisor is here to answer any questions you have about the transfer process: how your credits will transfer, when and how to apply, and resources available to you on the UW-Green Bay campus. Connect with your advisor today.
Green Bay area
Out-of-state transfer students
(except Green Bay)
Madison area, Minnesota
To begin exploring how your credits will transfer on your own, we have a number of tools to assist you. Please note: your advisor will assist you in determining how your unique coursework may transfer to UW-Green Bay. To speak with an advisor. Contact us.
We will do our best to ensure that as many of your credits transfer as possible, and that we are using them to satisfy as many UWGB requirements as we can. Let us know if you think there is a requirement that should be satisfied, we’ll be glad to look into it for you. Here are a few resources to get you started:
As a UW System or WI Technical College Transfer, the Transfer Information System (TIS) can be very helpful in checking on transfer credits, but many times we can make adjustments to satisfy more requirements than TIS will show. Transfer Information System
Learn more about our two-year college transfer policy and view articulation agreements for specific programs. Transfer Policies
If you are a student at any of the UW Colleges, you should seriously consider participation in the Guaranteed Transfer Program. This program guarantees your admission to UW-Green Bay with junior status. Certain criteria apply, so check with an Admissions advisor for details. Please note this program guarantees admission to the university; it does not guarantee admission to specific majors or programs.
Take a look at these UW-Green Bay guides by major if you are transferring from a UW Colleges institution. Major-based Transfer Guides
If you attend a technical or community college, these transfer guides (listed by institution) may help you understand how your credits will transfer. Please remember, the best way to understand how your credits will transfer is to speak with an advisor.
There are hundreds of reasons students choose UW-Green Bay as the place to complete their degree. From our outstanding academic programs, to our 120+ student organizations, to our naturally beautiful environment—you’ll find your own reasons to join us. To start, here are three things you should know:
The faculty at UW-Green Bay aren’t just award-winning educators and researchers, they are mentors. You can find your mentor here.
82% of UW-Green Bay students complete a research project, internship, independent study, or travel aboard experience before they graduate. That’s pretty amazing.
UW-Green Bay graduates have a 98% placement rate. Hands on experiences as a student lead to UW-Green Bay alumni entering jobs and graduate programs that meet their needs and interests.
Some of your best lessons will be learned outside of our lecture halls. That's why UW-Green Bay students get out of the classroom and into research, internship, and travel experiences early in their college careers.
UW-Green Bay students participate in internships all over the city of Green Bay and surrounding communities, including organizations like Schreiber Foods, ShopKo Corporate, and the Green Bay Packers.
If you are ready for research, we are ready for you. At UW-Green Bay, students can participate in research experiences with faculty members as soon as their freshman year. You could research wildlife science, art history, or social media—opportunities are endless.
Where do you want to go? Through UW-Green Bay, you could study in locations on five different continents through our travel and exchange programs. Now is the time to see the world!
You have to see the beautiful campus to believe it. Play a round at the Shorewood Golf Course or take a lap around the Cofrin Arboretum and enjoy our miles and miles of serene campus.
You could start by joining some of our 100 student organizations, with interests ranging from ballroom dancing to accounting to bee keeping. Check out all of the student organizations and campus activities.
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Congratulations on your admission to UW-Green Bay! Take a moment to celebrate and be proud of yourself — all of your hard work has paid off. Review the following information so you know what comes next in our admission process. Admitted Student Checklist
The Academic Advising Office provides personalized developmental advising to first-year, new transfer, and undeclared students. Through individual and group sessions, students have access to the support and information needed. Registration & Advising Info.
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