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College of Professional Studies

Academic Support Services

  • GPS Program (Gateways to Phoenix Success)
    • Gives students the tools to map their course for college success by providing individualized support and guidance that is tailored for each student and in a small group atmosphere.
  • TRiO & Precollege
    • These grant funded programs bring low income and first generation college students to UWGB, and each of the programs strive to help these middle and high school students discover and realize a college education. The goal of TRIO and Precollege Programs is to help students successfully find and graduate from a college. You would contact this office if you are interested in getting a middle or high school student involved or if you would like to participate in the programs.
  • Academic Advising
    • Contact this office if you are a students in need of assistance with course selection, registration, academic performance issues or questions, transfer credits, requirements, or declaring a major.
  • Tutoring Services
    • Contact this office if you are an undergraduate student who would like or needs free academic support in a variety of subjects. Study Group Leaders will offer group support. Peer Tutors will offer one-on-one assistance in some limited subjects.
  • Jump Start Program
    • Contact the American Intercultural Center for more information on the Jump Start Program. The Program is for self-identified multicultural incoming students.
  • Center for First Nations Studies
    • The Professional Program in Education’s Center for First Nations Studies provides the unique resource of oral traditional Elder scholars in residence who assist in teacher education and prepare K-12 teachers and University faculty to deliver accurate, culturally competent instruction. Students have the opportunity to develop relationships with tribal elders and to gain a deeper knowledge of American Indian history and culture by spending time in the Center with Elders, and in turn, be better prepared to teach students.
  • Writing Center
    • Contact the Writing Center if you are a student who would like assistance or tutoring with your writing skills. The primary goal is to help you to become a better writer, more capable of finding problems in your own writing and improving your writing as you revise. The Writing Center wants to help you reach the point where you don't need tutoring any more.
  • UW-Green Bay Experts Guide
    • Virtual resource of UWGB Faculty and Staff with expertise in a variety of disciplines including diversity issues and topics.