Other services that are available at UW-Green Bay and in the Community are listed below. This is not an all-inclusive list of services but should be able to connect you with some of the offices you may want to contact if you need their services.
UW-Green Bay Services
465-2362, Student Services Bldg 1600
Need help picking out classes? Come to the Academic Advising Office to meet with an advisor who can help you decide your class schedule.
465-2163, Student Services Bldg 1600
Unsure of your major/minor? This office can assist you will determining your career goal, developing your resume, practice interview techniques, find an internship, meet employers and much more.
465-2380, Student Services Bldg 1400
This office provides medical and counseling services to all UW-Green Bay students. The Counseling Office can assist you with personal counseling, time-management, test anxiety and much more. Health Services has nursing staff to assist you will your medical needs.
Peer led study group sessions are offered for a variety of historically challenging courses. Check out the Tutoring Services webpage for details.
465-2338, Cofrin Library 109
Need someone to look over your papers? This office has staff and peer tutors who are available to critique and review your papers.
300 South Adams Street, Green Bay, WI 54301, ph. 920-448-4300
This office is the place to start where you can find information on resources when there are changes in health, disability and age to prevent these changes from becoming challenges.
Brown County Job Center, 701 Cherry Street, Green Bay, WI 54301-9437, ph. 920-448-6760
This office assists individuals with disabilities who are having employment problems due to their disability. They can assist with guidance and counseling, job training, post secondary training and much more.
490-0500, 555 Country Club Rd, Green Bay, WI 54307-1967
This office is a non-profit organization committed to empowering people with disabilities to lead independent and productive lives in their community.
Communicates, coordinates and promotes efforts to enhance the employment of people with disabilities.