The beautiful UW-Green Bay campus is noted for its magnificent Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, modern technology labs, recording studios and technologically-enhanced classrooms.
Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is known as one of the finest performing arts centers in the United States, with a magnificent performance hall, three smaller performance spaces including Fort Howard Hall and Jean Weidner Theatre, and state-of-the-art equipment. Students and faculty regularly perform in this excellent facility.
The Weidner Center's magnificent Cofrin Hall also houses the Wood Family Organ. This 3,702-pipe organ was among the milestone contributions of University donors Fred and Patricia Wood Baer. This Cassavant frères instrument features 44 stops and 68 ranks and is among the largest instruments of its kind in the state.
Welcome to Studio Arts, home to classrooms, Music faculty offices, a variety of rehearsal rooms, an electronic piano/computer lab with video projection equipment, dedicated piano practice facilities with grand pianos, two percussion studio/rehearsal rooms, choral and instrumental music libraries, and individual student lockers for instrument storage. Part of Studio Arts also houses labs for graphic design, photography, and art courses. Studio Arts is part of the campus-wide wireless internet service available to UW-Green Bay students, faculty, and staff.
In addition, Studio Arts is home to Wenger practice rooms equipped with V-Room concert hall sound emulation technology. Each room is capable of independently simulating a variety of performance atmospheres ranging from various sizes of recital halls and auditoriums to a Baroque hall and even a cathedral - all with the touch of a button.
Piano Computer Lab
A dedicated electronic piano and computer lab features full internet access via multiple Macintosh workstations each equipped with a Yamaha Clavinova and a wide array of sophisticated software for composition, advanced sequencing and sound manipulation, and ear training and theory skill enhancement.
Theatre Hall, located near Studio Arts and the Weidner Center, houses the 500 seat University Theatre that is used regularly for recitals, concerts, and productions. Theatre Hall is part of the campus-wide wireless internet service available to UW-Green Bay students, faculty, and staff.
Most buildings on campus are interconnected with a series of long hallways, which is a convenient alternative to venturing outdoors during cold winter days between classes. Also, UW-Green Bay encourages environmentally-friendly practices by students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Numerous divided recycle bins are permanently installed across campus, like this one in Studio Arts.
The beautiful Shorewood Golf Course is located on campus directly across from Studio Arts and the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.