Situated on a beautifully landscaped 700-acre site overlooking the bay on the northeast edge of the city, UW-Green Bay offers extras few campuses can match.

Learning facilities are first-rate. The David A. Cofrin Library is regarded among the finest in the state. Our modern academic buildings boast state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories. Mary Ann Cofrin Hall houses nearly 40 percent of all classes on campus in a building designed to make use of advanced instructional technology.

The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, elegant and well equipped, is one of the Midwest’s finest concert halls. The Kress Events Center is a new facility offering the best in fitness and recreation space along with a 4,000-seat hall for games, shows and more.  Student housing is high in amenities, with every room having a private bath. Outdoor attractions include a bayshore park, arboretum, a nine-hole golf course, and hiking and biking trails crossing the campus.

Noteworthy, also, is the eight-story library’s strategic location at the center of campus, connected to the University Union and every academic building via a concourse system. The concourses, ramps and elevators in every building make UW-Green Bay particularly accessible to students and visitors with disabilities.