|Registration and Resources
|University ID card
Q-What is the University ID?
A-The University ID is UW-Green Bayís student ID card, for more answers to questions about the University ID, visit the University
ID section of the University Unionís Web site.
Q-When can I move into housing on campus?
A-You are scheduled to move in between 8:30 AM and 12:00 PM on Thursday, August 29, 2013. Your room and roommate assignment information will provide you more specific information about moving in to housing on campus. A list of items to bring, along with a more answers to your questions concerning housing can be found on the Residence Life Web site.
Counseling and Health
Q-What do I do if I need medical care or need to talk with someone about personal or social concerns?
A-The Counseling and Health Center provides confidential medical care and counseling services to all currently enrolled students.
Q-What if I don't have a major yet?
A-Not to worry, many incoming freshmen are undecided on a major when they start college. Most students do not have to declare their majors until their sophomore year, so you have plenty of time to decide. Academic
Advising and Career
Services have resources to help you choose your major and career.
Q-How do I know what classes I should take?
A-At Registration and Resources you will learn about General Education requirements, including English and math competency requirements. Whether you are decided or undecided about a major, you will work with an advisor who will help you select appropriate courses. Staff will be available to assist you with the process of registering for classes. At the end of the day you will leave campus with your fall schedule of classes and your University ID.
Q-What are the dining options on campus?
A-Visit the Union's
web site to see all of the option available.
Q-MAC, Env Sci, GTP, FERPA - what's with all the acronyms, abbreviations and "college" speak?
A-Have no fear, the ACRONYMS, COLLEGE SPEAK AND ABBREVIATIONS guide is here (PDF).
Q-Where can I find out what is happening on campus?
A-The University Calendar, the Fourth
Estate (student newspaper), various display boards throughout campus, the Campus
Life Events, banners, and table tents, to name a few.
Q-What do people do on the weekends?
A-Lucky for you there are lots of events/activities/programs to take advantage of at UW-Green Bay. You may break it down at After
Hours (a dance held every other Friday night in the Phoenix
Club located in the University Union), attend a program in your residence hall, watch a menís or womenís basketball game, spend time swimming or working out at the Kress
Events Center, take in a show at the Weidner Center, or head to the union for some coffee, music, and conversation. These are just a few of examples of what you can do on the weekends here at UW-Green Bay.
Q-What types of things are there to do in the Green Bay community?
A-Many of the same activities that you would do at home Green Bay offers as well. Green Bay has three shopping malls and movie theatres. It boosts a disc golf course, several cool coffee shops, some great restaurants and of course Lambeau Field. Students spend time at the Resch Center watching the Green Bay Gamblers Hockey team or head to Game World or Bay Beach for amusement. Most everyone can find something of interest in Green Bay.
Q-What kind of organizations, clubs, and activities are there to get involved with?
A-UW-Green Bay is proud to have over 80 student
organizations on campus. Students are members of service organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Circle K. Some students get involved with leisure clubs like the Gamers Club or the Bowling Club. Others branch out in leadership and become active in Student Government Association. Faith based organizations are also popular on campus, such as Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and Campus Crusade for Christ. Some students become involved with groups of students in organizations that compliment their major; such as Student Wisconsin Education Association, the German Club or Dietetics Health and Wellness Organization. Becoming involved is an important part of your college experience. Be sure to checkout our student organizations during your first week on campus at OrgSmorg, a display of all of UW-Green Bayís student organizations held each year.