The Office of Admissions utilizes a comprehensive review process when evaluating applications for admission. Applicants are evaluated on an individual basis and a variety of factors will be considered. This is why the applicant statement, which is a part of the application, is a wonderful way for you to explain any special circumstances or past academic performance, how you may have changed since your last college or high school experience, and what you will do to make sure you are successful in pursuit of your degree.
To qualify for admission to UW-Green Bay, an applicant must be a graduate of a recognized high school or its equivalent. Students who hold General Educational Development diplomas (GED) or High School Equivalency Diplomas (HSED) must have an official score report for the GED or HSED and a partial transcript from any regular high school they attended. This should be sent directly to the UW-Green Bay Office of Admissions from the appropriate agencies or schools.
Students who have had some prior college experience are considered transfer students. A transfer student must request that official transcripts be sent directly to UW-Green Bay from all schools attended since high school graduation.