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Good Times Programming Campus Involvement Endowed Scholarship



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Good Times Programming is the longest continuously active student group at UW-Green Bay. Originally founded in 1972 as the Shorewood Activities Board, Good Times has undergone several name and structural changes, but their mission has always remained the same: Provide educational and entertainment activities outside the classroom for UW-Green Bay students. Several of their annual programs, including hypnotist Jim Wand, comedian Pat McCurdy and Grave Dancers Ball, are among the longest running campus traditions. Established in 2014, the GTP Campus Involvement Scholarship was created through funds generated from GTP sponsored events and activities and serves students who demonstrate leadership and involvement on campus through student organizations and other activities.