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Leading with Education

Teaching all who want to learn.

We ask our region to join us in the fight to create equitable access to education. We are preparing our communities to meet the challenges of the future.

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"We are empowered to ask uncomfortable questions, fight through the noise of an increasingly complex world, and have a chip on our shoulder that pushes us to welcome challenges, continue learning throughout our lives and overcome obstacles."

Michael Alexander
2024 Open Letter to UW-Green Bay and the Region

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Access for All

Education empowers. We believe it should be available to anyone at all stages of life.

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WI Strong

Our focus is to help our region thrive economically and culturally.

Community Connections


Access to education creates equity. We support our region to grow and learn together.

Level the Field

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Literacy Empowers Lives

In Brown County, reading proficiency levels have been slowly declining, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a serious issue facing the future of our community. At UW-Green Bay, we're committed to providing more resources to improve literacy. Sign up for free training and become a volunteer literacy mentor in our area.

About Literacy Initiative

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Aim to Achieve

We must move forward not just as a university, but also as a region. To that end, we have established six strategic priorities that will focus our efforts in the months and years to come.

Rise to the Challenge

Connect With Us

Connection is critical to success. To stay connected, we host campus-wide updates and regularly email the campus community with important updates. These updates are posted to our News & Notes blog. Your input is always welcomed.

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Recent Updates

Celebrate 2024 Minute

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We're here to Help

We welcome comments and feedback from students, faculty and staff and the community. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

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