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C-Set Your sights on the future 

Preparing you for a future in STEM careers.

Immerse yourself in the world of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET), where innovation thrives through our dynamic blend of programs, partnerships and people. Together, we’re cultivating a hands-on approach to higher education, while fostering new and growing opportunities for students, faculty and the community.

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Clustered within human biology, natural and applied sciences and the Resch School of Engineering, our programs are crafted to exceed the demands of a fast-paced world of cutting-edge technology.



Explore partnership opportunities with businesses, governments, non-profits and educational institutions at UW-Green Bay—connect and benefit together.



At the heart of our programs are dedicated and accomplished professors whose expertise opens doors to a world of possibilities for you, our students, through hands-on learning and research opportunities.


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Experiment, Collaborate, Innovate.

Venture into intellectual curiosities through our facilities.

Translate theoretical knowledge into practical application. You'll have access to well-equipped facilities, like laboratories and research centers, including the nationally acclaimed Cofrin Center for Biodiversity and the Environmental Management and Business Institute. In these spaces, we focus on experimentation, collaboration and innovation, fostering an active environment of trailblazing learners. 

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Support Our Students & Community

Consider contributing to our college through a financial donation. Your generosity can empower students to engage in campus and community-based research projects that enrich their educational journey. Your support will extend beyond the campus, benefiting the wider community through collaborative initiatives and partnerships. Together, we can ensure current and future generations of students have access to the resources they need to create positive change.

Fast Facts

Get a snapshot of CSET, the college that plants STEM at UW-Green Bay.

13 Majors

CSET offers 13 majors across 3 units (Human Biology, Natural and Applied Sciences and the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering).

18 Student Organizations

There are 18 student organizations at UW-Green Bay in the STEM field. 

Supporting Our Students

In the 2023-2024 school year, $153,227 in CSET-related scholarships was awarded to students in our college.

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CSET Updates

Follow us for the latest news, events, information and opportunities organized by the College of Science, Engineering and Technology.

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Opening Doors to Success

As an open access institution, we're dedicated to making education a right, not just a privilege. We act as guides, not gatekeepers, welcoming all students with a commitment to their success. Through diverse programs and services, we're working toward delivering an impactful education for anyone ready to learn.

Adan Cordova

Support at
Every Step

"With three boys at home, I was afraid I wasn't going to make it. But there are people here that support you in any way...they helped me to figure out what I need or where should I go to get help financially. If I'm struggling with something, the professors help. They made sure that I get it. I’m from Honduras. I didn’t believe that I was gonna be able to be here. And, now I’m pursuing a medical career. My family, my kids, they're gonna see that college is worth it."

Adan Cordova '24
Human Biology Major

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John Katers

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Dean of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology since its inception, John Katers is no stranger to UW-Green Bay. He's worked for UW-Green Bay since 1995 and earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees here. If you have questions about CSET, he's happy to help!

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