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UW-Green Bay admissions staff Nicole Becker

Cassandra Allen

Bilingual Admissions Counselor

Call/Text: (920) 366-5031
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Territory: Southeastern WI
Advice for college-seeking studentsYou should make sure your most important “wants” are being addressed. Do you want to feel like a family? Do you want to feel a sense of peace, or do you need excitement? Would smaller, personalized class sizes suit you or do you want to blend in during a huge lecture? Based on these little details, you can decide where you will best feel at home! I was a first-generation college student!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Ashton Choma.

Nicole Becker

Admissions Counselor and Academic Advisor

Call/Text: (920) 683-2829
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Territory: UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus students
Favorite part of UW-Green Bay: I love the opportunities to connect with students both in the admissions process as well as academic advising. Every student is different and we want to help you find the right fit and right path for you and your goals! Don’t be afraid to ask ALL the questions. College can feel overwhelming and confusing but that’s why we are here!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Vanesa Cyracus.

Mackenzie Burnette

Admissions Counselor

Call/Text: (920) 360-8246
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Territory: Fox Valley and Madison areas
Advice for college-seeking students: Don’t be afraid to branch out and try something new! Join in on different clubs, sports, and activities as much as you can, and meet as many new people as you can. You will make some of your best friends at college, along with some of your favorite memories! Enjoy it every step of the way!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Callyn Diamond.

Ashton Choma

Admissions Counselor

Call: (920) 465-2963
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Territory: NWTC Transfer Students
Favorite thing about UW-Green Bay: My favorite part of UW-Green Bay is the sense of community on campus and being surrounded by nature! I was a first-generation college student!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Maddy Dooling.

Vanesa Cyracus

Bilingual Admissions Counselor

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Territory: Statewide support
Advice for college-seeking students: Remember that college is all about the opportunities you take advantage of. Whether it’s participating in student life or using on campus resources, it’s all about what you make it. I was a first-generation college student!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Michelle Ferry.

Callyn Diamond

Admissions Counselor

Call: (920) 465-2250
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Territory: Greater Green Bay area and out of state students
Favorite thing about UW-Green Bay: As an alumna, my favorite thing about UW-Green Bay has to be the opportunities presented here. Through my collegiate career, I was able to try new things, experience different internships and find my passion for higher education. The faculty and staff are so willing to help you achieve your goals!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Cristina Montejano Moreno

Maddy Dooling

Admissions Counselor

Call: (920) 465-2017
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Territory: Northern Wisconsin and Michigan
Why I like working for UW-Green Bay: UW-Green Bay is committed to creating opportunities for all students who want to learn. We recognize each prospective and current student as an individual person with their own story as to how they got here. I was a first-generation college student!

UW-Green Bay admissions staff Michelle Ferry.

Michelle Ferry

Admissions Counselor

Call: (920) 465-2124
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Territory: Transfer Students
Advice to college-searching students: It is ok to not have everything figured out. It’s ok to not know which school to go to or what to major in. We have tons of great resources to help you make those decisions when you are ready to. It’s all going to work out!

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Isabel Gosse

Admissions Counselor

Call: (920) 465-2939
Text: (920) 360-8247
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Territory: Eastern Wisconsin
Why I like working for UW-Green Bay: I love the campus community and all the amazing people you get to meet! During my time as a student, I was able to make so many meaningful connections, both with students and staff, that I still have to this day. There are so many people here to support you during your time at UWGB, so finding those connections makes every day on campus that much brighter! I was a first-generation college student!

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Lisa Kong

Bilingual Career Coach

Call: (920) 366-2668
Text: (920) 250-8076
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Territory: Green Bay Area Public Schools
Why I like working for UW-Green Bay: My favorite part of working for UW Green Bay would be the 50 cents per scoop of ice cream on Mondays in the summer, and meeting all my awesome co-workers! I was a first-generation college student!

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Cristina Montejano

Bilingual Career Coach

Call/Text: (920) 366-1279
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Territory: Green Bay Area Public Schools
Advice for college-seeking students: My best piece of advice for college-seeking students would be to explore the opportunities around you and ask for help when you need it. Putting yourself in a new environment can be scary, but know that there are plenty of resources available to help you succeed. I was a first-generation college student!

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Katelyn Strzok

Admissions Counselor

Call: (715) 773-8013
Text: (920) 214-6189
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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! I was a first-generation college student!

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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.

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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.

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Michael 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

Meagan Manders

Visit Manager & Marketing Assistant

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

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Arlene Tuler

Assistant Director of Admissions

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.

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Rachele Bakic

Executive 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! UW-Green Bay gives away over $1.3 million in scholarships, available at all four campus locations.

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