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Academic Resources

The Academic Resource webpage integrates the services students can utilize during their academic career to accomplish academic success. Whether a student is struggling with classes or looking for tips on how to study, this page is an excellent resource for academic support.

Resources for All Students

Tutoring Services – Peer Tutors offer one-on-one assistance in a variety of subjects. These students are subject area experts who have successfully completed the course and are able to answer questions, review course material, help prepare for exams, guide discussion and provide tips on study strategies.

Study Groups – A variety of courses each semester have study groups affiliated with them. Locations, dates and times, will be available on the UW-Green Bay Tutoring Services Facebook page. Study Groups are posted each day they are available.

Study Tables – If you need zero distractions so you’re forced to study, study tables are for you. During this structured “study hall” time, there are no electronics, no talking and no materials except for academic course work allowed. You’ll reap the benefits of superior time management and get more done than you ever expected. Study Tables are held Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 9 p.m. Students can stay the entire time or just a portion of the time.

Instructors – The course instructors are an excellent source of knowledge, resources, suggestions, and encouragement. Reach out to your faculty advisor and explain your struggles or concerns, they are here to help.

Faculty Advisors – Faculty advisors are experts in your Major/Minor and are able to assist with class selections to fulfill your requirements. Ask them about Internships and Independent Studies, research opportunities, clubs and organizations to join and for letters of recommendation. Who is my Faculty Advisor?

On-line Support – Sometimes students don’t want to talk to anyone about their academics concerns and these tips help them move forward.

Writing Center – Get help with APA and MLA writing styles and become a better writer.

TOSS (Targeted Opportunities for Success in the Sciences) – Students who are enrolled in Introduction to Human Biology are encouraged to take part in this weekly workshop. Sessions are led by students who are trained in both the course material and culturally responsive approaches to teaching. Find out why the program was developed and more information here.

Academic Advising – Assists with course selection, registration, academic performance issues or questions, transfer credits, general education requirements, or declaring a major.

Career Services – If you’re feeling uncertain because you are undecided on a major, this is the office that can assist you. They provide career counseling, assessment tools to decide on potential career paths and even a course in effective career decision making.

Disability Services – To receive academic accommodations, students must provide documentation of disability from a qualifying professional. Application information can be seen here.

Cofrin Library – Helps you research, choose and cite sources, and find materials needed to complete academic requirements.

Resources for GPS – Students who are part of the GPS program receive with a comprehensive, year-long set of experiences, such as classes, workshops, and social events that help students succeed academically, build mentoring relationships with faculty and staff, and make friends on campus.

  1. More GPS information can be seen here.
  2. Peer Mentor- Each class is assigned a peer mentor, who is a current UW-Green Bay student and former GPS student. How can a peer mentor help you?
    • Help you get familiar with campus
    • Teach you college skills like preparing and taking tests
    • Share knowledge of resources on campus to assist you
    • Introduce you to other people on campus
    • And so much more!
  3. To reap the full benefits of your peer mentor, it sounds obvious, but you must talk to them.

  4. Contact us!