Office of Admission

Virtual Tour

  • David A. Cofrin Library

    With 8 floors of gorgeous views of campus, the bay, downtown, and even Lambeau Field, the Cofrin Library is the tallest building at UW-Green Bay. It was the Wisconsin Library of the Year in 2012 and our students get the opportunity to learn and research here. With desks, tables, cubicles, silent rooms, sofas, and lots of books, it makes for a great place to study or hang out between classes.


    Recently nominated for being one of the 20 Most Impressive College Gyms and Student Rec Centers, the Kress Events Center is truly just that, impressive. Here students can utilize a two-floor fitness center with an indoor track and rock-climbing wall, basketball and racquetball courts, an aerobics studio, turf gym, swimming pool, and more, all for FREE!


    Students learn from state of the art classrooms, lecture halls, and laboratories. Most classrooms are designed to compensate for our average class size of 30 students. We have science labs that house three cadavers, art studios for painting, drawing, and computer work, we have dance studios, music practice rooms, computer labs, and the list goes on.


    UW-Green Bay is known by many for having exceptional student housing on campus. All of our housing forms its own community, as the halls are grouped together. All students get the luxury of having their own private bathroom, even freshmen! Upperclassmen living on campus have the opportunity to live in apartment style housing with bathrooms, kitchens, and lounging areas.


    The Weidner Center, named after our founding chancellor, is a performance arts center which we are very lucky to have on our campus. Both university and community events are held here. Jerry Seinfeld, Phillip Phillips, the Price Is Right, and the Blue Man Group are just a few from the gigantic list of big-name acts that have performed here.


    The University Union is our students place to play, eat, study, and hang out. In here are the main dining locations, a coffee shop, the bookstore, ticketing services, a bank in which you can open an account, a movie theatre, the Phoenix Club with pool tables, air hockey, foosball, video game counsels, and much, much more!


    UW-Green Bay’s campus includes over 700 acres of land. The campus extends to the bay itself, at a place called Communiversity Park, where the community and university meet. This is a great place for students to hang out and watch a sunset. Next door to the park is Curly Lambeau’s Cottage, of which UW-Green Bay owns and holds different events.


    The Arboretum forms a natural boundary of 290 acres encircling the UW Green Bay campus and providing ready access for recreation, field trips, and research projects. An estimated 45 mammal species, more than 200 resident and migratory bird species, as well as significant populations of native amphibians, reptiles, insects, and other arthropods call it home.


    Nervous about Green Bay’s nickname “The Frozen Tundra?” No need. UW-Green Bay has a tunnel system that connects all of the academic buildings, making it possible to go from class to class without stepping foot outside when it is frigid.


    UW-Green Bay has a golf course on campus. Fun fact, it was actually here before the campus was even built! This 9-hole course is available for students at discounted prices as well as faculty, staff, and community members. Home of the Shorewood Clubhouse, this is a great place to get your favorite clubhouse foods.


    The Resch Center is located in downtown Green Bay and is home of the Phoenix Men’s Basketball team. It is also home to Junior Hockey’s Green Bay Gamblers and Indoor Football’s Green Bay Blizzard. There is always something going on at the Resch, anything from rock concerts to sporting events.


    At UW-Green Bay you get the best of both worlds, the small town and the big city all in one. The university is not located in downtown Green Bay, but you still get the benefits like it is with just a short drive or bus ride. UW-Green Bay is very naturalistic with trees, trails, wildlife, bay front property, a golf course, and a residence life community.