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Student Success

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Success of our students, whether it be through educational attainment, academic achievement, student retention and advancement, or holistic development, is of the highest priority at UW-Green Bay.

Priority Actions

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1. Improve Achievement in Terms of Retention, Graduation, and Time to Degree

2. Improve Student Engagement and Satisfaction

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Initiative Description
FYS First Year Seminar experience for all incoming freshman
GPS Gateway to Phoenix Success learning community for conditional admits & opt-ins
EAB - Navigate Implementation of Student Success Collaborative platform for student success management (advising)
EAB - APS Implementation of Academic Performance Solutions platform for outcomes evaluation and resource allocation decisions
High-Risk Scoring Tool (Phoenix Nest) Proactive identification of new high-risk students (freshman & transfers) using 15+ risk factors to provide holistic integrative support (RA, Advising, Student Affairs)
NASH HIPs TS3 Initiative Taking integration/tracking of high impact teaching practices to scale UWS/all graduates 2 min. HIPs
ALC Proposal All Learning Counts grant proposal for integration of non-institutional learning in academic credentialing for reduced time to degree
Math Initiative Math pathways for seamless transfer across UWS and for reducing remedial math enrollment
SIP Grant Strengthening Institutions Program Dept. of Education federal grant for classroom/technology support service improvements
SSS - TRIO Student Support Services Program Dept. of Education federal grant for increasing college retention and graduation rates.
NSCH National Student Clearing House Student Tracker and Degree-Verify services
DASH Grant Emergency funds for urgent student needs
Learning Center Tutoring provided by peer tutors/mentors
GBOSS One-stop shop student services location
CATL Promotes a culture of continuous improvement in teaching and the cultivation of reflective learning.
Center for Civic Engagement

Has a Mission to improve community well-being, promote just social outcomes, and enhance quality of life in the community by:

  • conducting applied and scholarly research and providing technical assistance,
  • providing students opportunities for community-based learning experiences such as internships, curricular-based research and service projects, co-oops, and civic engagement experiences,
  • sponsoring public fora and educational programs that cultivate civic skills and political dialogue on contemporary civic issues, and
  • providing a transparent mechanism for collaboration by community organizations and citizens with UW-Green Bay.
Writing Center Provides support for students to improve their writing skills.