Group Visit

Thank you for your interest in bringing a group to visit the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay!

In order to create a great experience for your students, we ask that requests come in at least 2 weeks before your intended visit date. We may not be able to honor all requests but will do our best to work with you to find an alternative date or time for your students to visit our campus. If the tour times do not work with your schedule, please note that in your request below and we will do our best to accommodate your request.

What to Expect

Questions you might have about college, we will supply the rest—academic information, personal advising, AP/IB credit info, and a full view of UW-Green Bay. While you are in the city of Green Bay, you might consider planning some additional outings in the area. Explore UW-Green Bay

More Information

Further information on Green Bay and UW-Green Bay can be found on For Families and For Counselors.

Driving directions to campus
Driving and Parking

You will be looking for the Student Services Building. We know it can be slightly difficult to know where you are on campus so we have UW-Green Bay Maps to guide you to your destination and Google Maps will help you get where you need to go or we have detailed instructions on how to route.

Dining near a cafe
Dining

Green Bay is home to some fantastic restaurants. Our recommendations would be Titletown Brewing Company, Kroll's, 1919 Kitchen and Tap, Gippers, Victoria's or El Serape.

The Zippin Pippin rollercoaster
Green Bay's Must-Sees

Green Bay is a one of a kind place and when you see the fantastic campus you should take the opportunity to see our amazing community. Be sure to see Lambeau Field, Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, NEW Zoo, Bay Park Square Mall, National Railroad Museum and the amusement park!

Inside a wooden room
Lodging

If you are looking for a place to stay try out Country Inn and Suites, Hawthorn Suites, or other great hotels in the area. Be sure to look if a Packer game is occurring as rates will be increased.