About Good Times Programming

What is Good Times Programming?

Good Times Programming is all about having fun! We are a student group that is part of Student Life at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay that organizes and plans various events for campus. From comedians and bands to guest speakers and adventure trips, Good Times Programming works hard to bring all the fun to you.


History of Good Times Programming

Good Times Programming Let the Good Times Roll by Beverly Pence

Music booming, people cheering and bodies moving, all of which can be witnessed at the many events that have been occurring at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for the past forty years. From hypnotists to comedians, musicians to specialty speakers, Good Times Programming, a student organization on UW-Green Bay’s campus, works hard to bring quality performances to the university in order to provide entertainment and appeal for students, faculty and staff.

Good Times Programming began in 1972 but was then called Shorewood Activities. It was located in an old farmhouse on campus that had been converted into a bar/entertainment center. It was considered the first University Union. According to Michael Stearney, dean for Enrollment and Academic Services, during the mid-1970s things were ran differently than it does today. Read More...


Good Times Programming Logo over the Years


A Look at Alumni

View a complete list of past Good Times Programming Executive Board Members throughout the years.