- Academic Advising Office: 465-2362, SS 1600
- American Intercultural Center: 465-2720, UU150
- Bursar's Office: 465-2224, SS 1300
- Career Services: 465-2163, SS 1600
- Cofrin Library: 465-2540: Library
- Counseling & Health Center: 465-2380, SS 1400
- Dean of Students: 465-2152, SS 2000
- Disability Services: 465-2841, SS 1700
- Faculty Advisors: (#â€™s & office locations vary)
- Financial Aid Office: 465-2075, SS 1100
- Registrar's Office: 465-2657, SS 1100
- Student Service Center: 465-2111, SS 1100
- Study Table: 465-2950, Mike Kline
- Tutoring Services: 465-2958, CL 109
- The Writing Center: 465-2338, CL 109
- Helpful Study Skill Idea Sheets: created by Utah State University
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Note taking & Listening * Test Preparation * Time Management * Memory Improvement
Reading * Test Taking * Interpersonal & Communication * Self Management
How We Can Help
We can discuss a variety of topics with you such as retaking courses, examining study habits, calculating your GPA, acquiring balance in your schedule and assessing your academic goals.
Career Services assists students with choosing a major and a career, through counseling, assessments and a Career Planning Course (Hum Dev 225).
The Library provides research assistance in person, via e-mail, phone, or through the web chat feature. Citation help is available as well as tools to make formatting citations easier. There are a variety of study spaces to accommodate both groups & individuals throughout floors 3-6. Computers, laptops, and iPads are all available for use in the Library.
Counseling and Health Center
Counseling and Health Center staff offer counseling to all students. Counselors can assist students in dealing with a wide range of personal issues, providing short term counseling, crisis intervention, information and referral. Issues that students often seek assistance with include relationship and family issues, depression, study habits, test anxiety, self-exploration, adjustment to school, and more.
Students can request academic support services and potentially receive accommodations through the Disability Services Office. Federal regulations require that the Disability Services Office have on file documentation of disability and eligibility for services before any services are provided.
Faculty Advisers and Instructors
We encourage you to meet with your instructors when you are struggling in a particular course. Instructors are a vital resource to help you understand course material and develop effective study habits.
Financial Aid Office
Can provide you with the information you need to figure out how you can afford school.
The Registrarâ€™s office can provide you with information regarding deadlines to add classes, drop classes, or even to withdraw from the university. Other important university forms are housed at this office as well.
Study Table is a learning environment intended to supplement your study and class preparation. It is not meant as a replacement for class attendance. Study Table is a great environment for you to get your work done. It is a great idea to remove yourself from all distractions and spend some "quality/quiet time" with your books. Take advantage of this important academic resource. Contact Mike Kline 465-2950 for more information.
Tutoring and Learning Center
Tutoring Services offers FREE Individual tutoring sessions and Study Groups for UW-Green Bay undergraduate courses each semester. Courses supported by tutoring will vary each semester and are facilitated by Individual Tutors and/or Study Group Leaders who will hold structured discussions, answer questions, review course material, and help prepare for exams. All tutors are subject area experts who have successfully completed the course usually with the same instructor. The Tutoring Services Coordinator can also meet with students during the semester to provide tips on study strategies for academic success.
The Writing Center helps students become better writers by offering suggestions on how to improve your skills. By using the Writing Center, you'll certainly turn in better papers; but more important, you'll gradually become a better writer.