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Continuing Education & Community Engagement

Learning 
Never Stops

Life never stops. And learning shouldn't either.

At UW-Green Bay, we are in the relentless pursuit of knowledge. This might mean something different to you, depending on where you are in your life - and career - cycle. 

We look for ways we can respond to our communities and deliver learning that's in-demand and transformative. We want you to live you best life ever! 

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College credit

Developing opportunities for high school students to earn college credit

Earn college credit
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Maximizing development with business and career training

Advance your career
Workforce

Investing in talent-driven innovation

Invest in good talent

An Answer for life's questions

At Every Phase of Your Life.

You know us as a traditional college, but we have programs for every phase of your life before and after college.

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Jumpstart Your Future

Earn college credit. Engage with STEM camps.

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Explore Interests

Challenge yourself. Engage with new topics.

Accelerated associates degree

Flexible Fit for Your Life

The Accelerated Associates Degree has been designed for busy working adults. Finish your degree in five semesters. Get ongoing support with a dedicated Student Success Coach.

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Noncredit Certificates

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Data Science 

Find your future in one of the fastest-growing professions. Designed for individuals already in the profession or pursuing a career in the field of big data.

Empower your career

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Create a culture where every employee has a voice. Social transformation begins with human transformation. Encourage informed workplaces and communities.

​Create social evolution

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Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership

Pursue your potential in nonprofit leadership. Be a catalyst for change. Play a critical role in strengthening civic engagement.

​Pursue your fullest potential

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Supervisory Leadership 

Influence, inspire and help others. Become the leader you always wanted to be. Thrive in your career.

​Thrive as a leader

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Supply Chain Management

Oversee the flow of goods, services and processes that transform raw materials into final products. A crucial skill in today's business and industry.

Create strong bonds

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Sustainability

Do well by doing good. Consumers are demanding sustainability. Help businesses close the knowing versus doing gap. Think bigger.

Pursue balance

Community Engagement

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Award-Winning Training Registry 

Partnering with Wisconsin DHS, our training registry ensures the state puts confidence and compassion into caring for residents.

An accessible community resource

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Customized Workplace Training

Delivering customized trainings for small to large businesses and organizations throughout Wisconsin with flexible learning options and platforms.

Build the workforce you need

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Rising Phoenix

A groundbreaking collaboration with area school districts, providing eligible students with dual enrollment, success coaching and the opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree along with their high school diploma. 

​Collaborate with us

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Meet fearless Dreamer
Emily

Nonprofit Certificate Program

“I found my calling at Habitat for Humanity, but my first degree didn’t really connect with my position. I’m currently taking the certificate in nonprofit leadership. The program has really set me up for success, plus provided a lot of resources I can use going forward, especially networking with other people.” 

Read her story
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Got questions?

Annie can help. We know you have concerns about returning to college and getting credit for prior learning. Reach out to our Student and Community Relations Coordinator.

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