All campuses are closed to public per state emergency order. All classes at all UW-Green Bay campuses will be taught via alternative delivery methods through the summer. Visit our coronavirus (COVID-19) website for more information.



Effects of COVID-19 on UW-Green Bay

In ongoing efforts to keep students, faculty and staff healthy and safe and in participation of containment, UW-Green Bay is extending alternative class delivery through the summer term for all campuses. Events on all campuses are cancelled through May 26 as well. In compliance with the Governor's Emergency Order, all campuses are closed to the public, including outdoor recreational areas.

University leadership continues to monitor and assess the situation and will and make necessary decisions and will announce updates every Wednesday or more frequently, if required. See more of what UW-Green Bay is doing.

We're Here for You

UW-Green Bay is here for you. In these uncertain times, we are all navigating new territory. We hear your concerns and we are doing everything that we can to support your needs and move you towards your goals—academic or otherwise.

Questions & Answers

View our responses to your questions or send us a question you have regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Questions & Answers

Remote Support

Students, faculty and staff will find information, guides and assistance on how to work and learn remotely.

Remote Support

Emergency Funding

Students are urged to stay in their spring classes and to register for classes in the summer and fall and reach out if they need assistance. More about UW-Green Bay’s CARES Act program and data.

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What You Can Do

Interim Chancellor Sheryl Van Gruensven asks that students, staff, and faculty “be a part of the solution... Stay safe. Stay informed. Take care of each other. And please do your part to contain this virus. We are all in this together: What each of us does matters. Our world and communities are counting on us.” See more of what you can do.

Coronavirus Updates

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