UW-Green Bay Resources

ADA Accessibility

Accessibility is important to UW-Green Bay. We are committed to making our campus and and our online resources accessible to all. If you cannot find the information you need, please contact Dr. Corey King, ADA Coordinator, at

Student Accessibility Services

The Student Accessibility Services Office collaborates with students, instructors and staff to ensure equal educational and programmatic access for eligible students with documented disabilities. We provide students the opportunity to reach their full potential by creating academic accommodations and support services along with promoting independence and self-advocacy. For more information about Student Accessibility Services, including accessible housing or academic assistance, please visit the Student Accessibility Services website.

Human Resources / Employee Resources

UW-Green Bay's Office of Human Resources and Workforce Diversity guides the efforts to recruit, develop, and retain faculty and staff members who meet the needs of a dynamic academic institution. For more information, please visit the Human Resources website.

Committee on Accessibility Issues

The Committee on Accessibility Issues is responsible for providing information and recommendations relating to the needs and concerns of persons with disabilities. As needed, the Committee also examines existing programs and investigates unmet needs of persons with disabilities. Please contact the Accessibility Committee Co-Chairs Lynn Niemi at and Kimberly Deering at if you wish the committee to address any campus accessibility concerns.

Website Accessibility

Our website is designed to be as accessible as possible, using common web standards and best practices that focus on usability. We understand that not all users' needs are the same. If you have questions, comments or suggestions regarding our site's accessibility, please feel free to contact us. We will pursue all reasonable efforts to make your web experience helpful and accessible.

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Alternative Contact

Student Accessibility Services
​Phone: (920) 465-2841

Inclusive Excellence/ADA Coordinator
Phone: (920) 465-2511