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UWGB Admissions Counselor Evelyn Neziri.

Evelyn Neziri

Career Coach

Video: Meet Evelyn

Territory: Green Bay East, Green Bay West, and John Dewey Academy of Learning
Why I like working at UW-Green Bay:  Having worked at both the biggest and the smallest UW campuses, UW-Green Bay is just the right size for success! Engaged faculty, staff who care and the amazing student life make it a joy to work here.
 

UWGB Admissions Counselor Vicki Villarreal.

Vicki Villarreal

Career Coach
Video: Meet Vicki

Territory: Green Bay Southwest and Green Bay Preble
Advice for college-seeking students: To incoming students: Don’t be afraid to ask questions! College can be incredibly intimidating, but we are here to answer your questions and ease your concerns.
 
UWGB Admissions Counselor Hannah Fameree.

Arlene Torres

Admissions Counselor

Video: Meet Arlene

Territory: Southeastern Wisconsin
Why I like working for UW-Green Bay: I enjoy working at UW-Green Bay because it is an educational institution that truly ensures each and every student is provided with the best experience. We truly care about our students and their ability to reach their personal and professional goals.

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Katelyn Strzok.

Katelyn Strzok

Admissions Counselor

Video: Meet Katelyn

Territory: Western Wisconsin
Advice for college-seeking students: College is what you make it; get involved, take challenging classes, meet new people and participate in campus life. UW-Green Bay is a great place to live, learn, work and play! 

 

 

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Pachee Stern.

Pachee Stern

Multicultural Admissions Counselor

Video: Meet Pachee

Territory: Fox Valley and Madison areas
Advice for college-seeking students: College is the time to step outside of your comfort zone and participate in many different clubs and events! It's also the time to "find" yourself-gain perspective and recognize your gifts and talents to help those around you! Seek out different volunteer, community, and internship experiences!

 

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Pachee Stern.

Kory Baker

Admissions Counselor


Territory: Greater Green Bay Area
Advice for college-seeking students: College is all about opportunities. Take advantage of them! You have so many chances to get involved, make connections, ask the experts, expand your understanding of the world, and so much more. College is what you make of it, and UW-Green Bay has everything you need to help you rise!

UWGB Admissions Counselor Meagan Roberts.

Meagan Roberts

Admissions Counselor


Territory: NWTC transfer students
Advice to college-searching students: College is about so much more than the classes you take and the major you pick! It’s your time to explore your interests, get involved, and meet new people, so find a place that feels like home to you and make the most of it! 

 

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Kristina Berg.

Kristina Berg

Campus Visit Experience Coordinator

Why I like working at UW-Green Bay: I love when students visit UW-Green Bay and they have that “Aha!” moment when they realize that this is the school for them.
 

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Katelyn Dolezal.

Katelyn Dolezal

Student Recruitment and Enrollment Coordinator

My favorite thing about UW-Green Bay: When I walk the halls of UW-Green Bay, as a student or as a staff member, I feel so at home with the wonderful, warm people who make up the UW-Green Bay community.

 

UWGB admissions staff Michael Gallagher.

Mike Gallagher

Assistant Director of Admissions for Operations

Why I like working at UW-Green Bay: I like sharing information with prospective students about all the great things UW-Green Bay has to offer, making college dreams come true by admitting students, and watching the students that we admit as freshmen transform into confident, prepared, and success-minded graduates.
 

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Bridget Derge.

Bridget Derge

Assistant Director of Admissions for Recruitment

Advice for college searching students: Have fun and live in the moment! College is the best, and it goes by too fast. Travel, make new friends, and get involved. You only get one life so make everyday a great day.

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Rachele Bakic.

Rachele Bakic

Director of Admissions

Advice for college-searching students: Think about cost. College can be affordable. Apply for lots of scholarships, big and small. Scholarships are free money that you do not need to payback! Set a goal to apply to a few each month, starting during your sophomore year of high school, so you’re ahead of the curve. UW-Green Bay gives away over $1 million in scholarships, available at all four campus locations.

 

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