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- Admitted Students
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- Visit UWGB
Once you get your acceptance package in the mail, you will find your username and password inside. These are the keys to your UWGB journey, and that journey begins now. Here is how you can use them:
Your Next Steps
Apply For Housing
If there is any chance that you might want to live on-campus, apply for housing NOW. More information about housing at UW-Green Bay was included in your admission folder (if you're a degree-seeking student), or you can go to Office of Residence Life Web site for more information.
Check You E-Mail
You were assigned a UWGB e-mail account upon admission. Various University offices will be communicating with you via your UWGB student e-mail account. Your official credit evaluation will be sent to this account, so be sure to check it periodically using the username and password sent to you in your admissions packet. Information regarding accessing your e-mail account can be found on the Computer and Information Technology Web site.
Apply for Financial Aid
Access the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If a link is not available for the school year for which you have been admitted, check back. The link will be active as soon as the form is available. For other financial aid related questions, including scholarship information, visit the UWGB Financial Aid Office Web site.
Registration and Academic Advising
All new transfer students are encouraged to meet with an adviser in the Academic Advising Office to review credit evaluations, general education requirements, registration procedures, and academic policies and procedures. If you are transferring with an Associate’s Degree from a UW System school, and/or you have identified a major you wish to pursue, it is important to also meet with a faculty adviser in your chosen field to go over major/minor requirements. List of faculty advisers. You can contact the Academic Advising Office at (920) 465-2362, or the Transfer Coordinator, Deanne Kusserow, at (920) 465-5105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cannot meet with an advisor, please carefully read over the Transfer Student Registration Information.
Explore the Student Information System
Much of your university business will be conducted through the Student Information System (SIS). Certain functions related to financial aid and registration happen through SIS, so it’s a good idea to get to know your way around.
See More of What's Next
For more transfer student information, please go to the Academic Advising website.