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Student EDI Resources

Support for Your Success

It's not a resource unless you take advantage.

Our mission is to educate anyone who wants to be educated, but it’s not a level playing field for everyone. Achieving our vision means providing resources to help students from all walks of life reach their educational potential.

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All Kinds of Resources

An interconnected campus of support.

Need to know about accessibility accommodations on campus? Want to connect and find community on and off campus? Struggling with your health, either physically or mentally? No matter what you need, we are here to help you rise higher.

Student Inclusivity Certificate

This free Inclusivity and Equity Certificate for students will help you develop as a person and professional by gaining understanding of diversity, bias and inclusion.

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Academic Support

You're here to learn. We're here to help. From support with course selection to scholarship opportunities and everything in between, you’ll have the resources you need to find success both at UW-Green Bay and beyond.


Our goal is to promote a positive living environment and make the most of your college experience.

Counseling & Health

Your physical and mental well-being is essential to a successful college experience. We offer counseling services, medical services and wellness exams at no-cost. Depending on the services provided, billing will be through your medical service or at the time of service. We also offer a list of off-campus resources to support all aspects of your health and wellness.


Our on-campus inclusive offices provide a safe space, sense of community and the opportunity to express yourself. Whether you’re attending a specific event, need help accessing resources or just want to hang out, our campus has what you need.


Accessibility means far more than just ramps and automatic doors. We're committed to providing equal access, and appropriate accommodations.

Off Campus

The diversity of Northeastern Wisconsin is growing – in fact, according to the 2020 census, Black, Asian, Native American and Hispanic residents accounted for 75% of population growth in Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago counties. Because of these different cultures, more groups are being started to provide more support for our citizens.

Stacie Christian

Campus Support

Stacie Christian, our Assistant Vice Chancellor of Inclusive Excellence, strives to build a campus of inclusivity. If you need any help accessing resources, get in touch with her.

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