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List of Resources

There are a number of resources available to you as you start your UW-Green Bay journey! Please review the list below to find ways each resource can assist and support you as well as how you can contact them.
 
Looking for Student Employment?
Working while attending college is a great way to gain job skills, network and (of course!) earn money. A number of campus offices and community employers hire students. Students can begin searching for positions in the Handshake portal approximately two weeks after registering for classes (watch for an email invitation from Career Services in your UWGB account).
 

Army ROTC

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/military-science/ Billie Sabel at sabelb@uwgb.edu, Billie.j.sabel.mil@mail.mil
or 920-224-2354
Offer tuition assistance and career opportunities after college.

Austin E. Cofrin School of Business

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/csb/ aecsb@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2051 The Austin E. Cofrin School of Business provides various graduate and undergraduate degrees to students interested in high-demand business-related programs. Our programs focus on high-impact experiences inside and outside the classroom with guidance from instructors. We connect students with well-known area businesses through internships, research opportunities, and projects.

Bursar Office/Student Billing

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/bursar/ 920-465-2224
or bursar@uwgb.edu
Help with questions on tuition statement regarding charges; Accept payments on student charges/balance due; Parking permit and citation questions; Tuition – SIS balance Due Dates. Offers on-campus student employment.

Career Services

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/careers/ 920-465-2163 or careers@uwgb.edu Choosing a major and career; Searching for jobs and internships; Applying to graduate and professional school. Offer on-campus employment (work study required). Available positions are posted in Handshake.

College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/cahss/ Teri Ternes at 920-465-2336 or ternest@uwgb.edu Advising, Management of Honor Societies, Assistance in Finding Majors.

College of Health, Education and Social Welfare

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/chesw/ Please contact Scott Ashmann, Associate Dean, at ashmanns@uwgb.edu We help to coordinate efforts among the professional programs of nursing, social work, and teacher preparation. We monitor and evaluate all academic initiatives within these professional programs. We act as the final step for student grievances with courses or faculty members in the professional programs.

College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/cset/ Nora Kanzenbach (CSET Academic Advisor), 920-465-2177 or kanzenbn@uwgb.edu
Amanda Nelson (CSET Associate Dean), 920-465-2197 or nelsona@uwgb.edu
CSET connects students with faculty in the the appropriate academic program to discuss: class scheduling, professional/graduate programs, career planning, internships, research opportunities, scholarships, and student organizations.

Dean of Students Office

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/dean-of-students/
http://www.uwgb.edu/phoenix-cares/
920-465-2152 or DOS@uwgb.edu Student Absences: If a student is going to be missing more than two days of classes, they can call or email our office and we will notify their faculty on their behalf. We also do the same if there is a death in the family to help support students going home to be with their families.
Academic Options: When something non-academic is interfering with a student’s academics (medical concern, mental health, interpersonal conflicts, etc.) we meet with students to connect them to campus or community resources as well as advise them on options to help limit the impact on their academics.
Title IX: Our office provide support and resources for individuals affected by such issues as harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking. Reporting a concern does not mean action will be taken against the other party, it is just a request for help, support and guidance.

Student Accessibility Services

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
www.uwgb.edu/sas  sas@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2841 1. Determine academic accommodations students with disabilities may need to have equal access to their education at UW-Green Bay.
2. Testing Center: We proctor students with disabilities exams as an approved accommodation.
3. Resource: Resources on disability issues that include on campus and community resources.
4. Hire peer notetakers through GB ACCESS.

Downtown Green Bay, Inc.

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://downtowngreenbay.com/ 920-437-5972 or  info@downtowngreenbay.com Downtown Green Bay feature a wide variety of restaurants, shops, and bars for college students to enjoy. We have a variety of coffee shops with great wifi that are perfect for studying or group meetings. We also host exciting events year-round, including Farmers Markets, restaurant crawls, Gallery Nites, and more! Our downtown businesses post jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities on our website.

Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) and Office of Sustainability

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/embi/
https://www.uwgb.edu/sustainability/
John Arendt at arendtjo@uwgb.edu We advise students on the Sustainability Certificate and the Sustainability Minor. We assist students in getting internships focused on sustainability. We work with partners to run environmental grants through EMBI and often that creates student research positions.

Financial Aid

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/financial-aid/ 920-465-2075 or financialaid@uwgb.edu Apply for financial aid. Explore additional funding options. Learn how academic performance can impact future financial aid eligibility.

GBOSS (Green Bay One Stop Shop)

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/gboss/ 920-465-2111 or gboss@uwgb.edu 1) Questions about Financial Aid (loans, grants, scholarships, etc.).
2) Questions about registration.
3) Need to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor?
4) Not sure where to go? Start here!

Green Bay Dining & Catering (Dining Services)

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://new.dineoncampus.com/uwgb Direct Questions about Meal Plans to the University Union; All inquiries about dining services, dining options, and other items can be directed to hanrahanj@uwgb.edu or verhelsh@uwgb.edu. 1) Offer a wide variety of dining options for all students (on-campus, commuter, part-time) including our All You Care To Eat facility, as well as several retail options across campus
2) Free nutrition counselling with our registered dietitian is available to all students and faculty
3) Work with campus groups to provide support to students and community members that may have food insecurities
4) Offer on-campus employment 

Green Bay Phoenix Athletics

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://greenbayphoenix.com/ 920-465-2145 We have over 250 student-athletes we support and promote. We rely on student workers to execute our exciting GameDays and day to day work. We are the front porch to the University! We have a positions available for athletics events and the ticket box office. Contact Joey Daniels at danielsj@uwgb.edu if interested in working in sports.

Honor Societies

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/cahss/ Teri Ternes, ternest@uwgb.edu, ext 2336.
Phi Eta Sigma: phietasigma@uwgb.edu
Phi Kappa Phi: phikappaphi@uwgb.edu
Alpha Sigma Lambda: alphasigmalambda@uwgb.edu
Connect students with specific honor societies based on major or other interests. There are eleven honor societies in total. As first-year students, the first honor societies for you to explore are Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Sigma Lambda.

Information Technology (IT) Division

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/information-technology/ (920) 465-2309 or helpdesk@uwgb.edu We can assist with wireless connections, password resets, and remote lab access as well as many other IT questions or needs. Offer on-campus employment!

International Education

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/international/
https://www.uwgb.edu/study-abroad/
oie@uwgb.edu 1. We advise and support students through the study abroad process and can showcase the many opportunities available.
2. We support international students on campus by providing advising, and resources.
3. We provide many intercultural/international experiences through study abroad in person programs or virtually through online international internships or other remote learning options.

The Learning Center

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/learning-center/ 920-465-2958 or sttutor1@uwgb.edu TLC provides subject area tutoring, study strategies, and academic tips to be successful and thrive in your courses.

Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA)

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/mesa/ 920-465-2522 or mesa@uwgb.edu MESA offers one-on-one monitored academic progress (M.A.P) advising to ensure academic success, provides enrichment events and programs about racial and ethnic diversity and inclusivity, and connects students to university and community resources.

Newman Club-Catholic Campus Ministry

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://phoenixcatholic.org/ or Facebook: UWGB Catholic Campus Ministry Sr Laura Zelten, OSF at 920-288-0237 or lzelten@gbdioc.org Pray: Sunday Mass, weekly prayer opportunities, bible studies, retreats.
Serve: local service opportunities, service retreats and Alternative Spring Break Trip.
Belong: mens and womens group, weekly community dinners and small group discussions.

Phoenix Bookstore

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
www.thephoenixbookstore.com 920-391-6600 or uwgb@bkstr.com Your convenient on-campus location to purchase or rent textbooks as well as purchase official UW-Green Bay gear!

Phuture Phoenix

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/phuture-phoenix/ 920-465-5170 or phuturephoenix@uwgb.edu We offer scholarships to eligible students who have attended a Phuture Phoenix campus visit in 5th or 8th grade or worked with a Phuture Phoenix tutor in Middle and/or High school; We offer a simple 1 credit course option for undergrads who volunteer to be UWGB tour guides for Phuture Phoenix campus visits, we offer a 3 credit course option for students interested in a degree in Education and want field experience in public school classrooms.

Pride Center

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/pride-center/
https://www.facebook.com/uwgbpridecenter/
920-465-2167 or christis@uwgb.edu 1) LGBTQ+ resources
2) Social support/groups 
3) Host a variety of events
4) Provide LaForce Foundation Internships each year starting in fall. Need to apply via christis@uwgb.edu

Residence Life

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/housing/ Call (920) 465-2040, email Housing@uwgb.edu or go to our web site and look for the Chat Feature. Our Residence Life phone, Chat, and email are staffed Monday-Friday, 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. excluding holidays. We can answer questions about your housing assignment. Our staff can guide you through the Express Check-in process to be completed before you arrive to campus. Questions about move-in? Please contact our office. Offer on-campus employment.

The Richard Mauthe Center

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.mcenter.org/ thomjh17@mcenter.org or 920-362-9934 or 920-465-5133 Help students develop knowledge and skills beyond the classroom through projects and programs. Support students to develop passions into programs/projects. Help students find a pocket of people and make friends. Offer on-campus volunteer opportunities, internships, and jobs through handshake.

Scholarships

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/scholarships/ 920-465-2075 or financialaid@uwgb.edu Explore institutional scholarships opportunities. Search for private scholarships. Report outside aid.

Student Employment

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/student-employment/ 920-465-2556 or studentemployment@uwgb.edu Explore job opportunities with campus and community employers. Review institutional student employment policies. Learn about the Federal Work Study program.

Student Life

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/student-life/ osl@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2720 Organize New Student Orientation & Welcome events. Provide opportunities for students to shape their college experience by attending events and activities. Support over 140 student organizations.

Testing Services

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/otsa/ gilsonp@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2221 1. CLEP exams to earn college credit, for FREE, instead of enrolling in a course or if you’ve failed your AP/IB exams: https://modernstates.org/freshman-year-free/
2. Other credit for prior learning options to earn credit.
3. Resource for students questioning their Math/Writing competency/Math Placement Testing.

University Police

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/public-safety/ 920-465-2300 or police@uwgb.edu 1. Safety-Safe walks, crime prevention, and addressing concerning behavior issues.
2. GB Alert-Notify students of an emergency, weather issues, or residence life issue.
3. Programs-Officers will attend or present on a variety of law enforcement topics including self-defense classes.
4. Offer on-campus employment. If interested, contact Sgt. Estrup at estrupc@uwgb.edu.

University Recreation (UREC)

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/university-recreation/ (920) 465-2449 or urec@uwgb.edu  University Recreation manages the 250,000 sq. ft. Kress Events Center with an expansive fitness center, aerobics studio, five gym spaces (including a turf gym), swimming pool, racquetball courts, outdoor recreation field spaces, and a disc golf course. UREC offers a wide array of recreation opportunities including intramurals, group fitness, personal training, open/informal recreation, e-sports and virtual fitness programming. Outdoor adventure recreation provides the following opportunities: trips in and out-of-state, a wide variety of outdoor rental equipment, indoor climbing tower, and a virtual library. Offers on-campus employment: Position Descriptions & Application.

University Union

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/union/ universityid@uwgb.edu or tickets@uwgb.edu or (920) 465-2400 The University Union can answer any questions regarding ID cards, Meal Plans, Dining Points or Pass Points. The University Union is here to help you plan your next event and is a resource for campus entertainment, events & programs. Stop at the University Ticketing & Information Center for a bus pass, ID card, mailing or shipping supplies, UPS & USPS service, Ticket Star event tickets, locker reservation or lost & found. Offers on-campus employment.

UW Credit Union

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwcu.org/checking/student-accounts/ 800-533-6773 x 1800 or Wayne Resch: wresch@uwcu.org Convenient Campus Branch and 24/7 Mobile Banking. Affordable Products Designed for Students including Fee-Free ATMs for Everyone! Free Financial Guidance for All Students. Offers on-campus employment.

UW-Green Bay Libraries

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/library/ Reach us by chat, email, or phone: https://libguides.uwgb.edu/ResearchHelp 1) The UW-Green Bay Libraries provide a wide range of research materials, including academic articles, streaming video, primary sources, books and e-books, newspaper articles, and government documents.
2) Professional librarians are here to assist you with all of your research needs, including helping you find and cite the best sources for your project.
3) All UW-Green Bay Libraries locations provide study spaces to meet your preferences, if you need a place to get away from distractions or to meet with a group, visit your library to find your study spot.
4) Offer on-campus employement.

UW-Green Bay Wellness Center

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
https://www.uwgb.edu/counseling-health/ 920-465-2380 or counshealth@uwgb.edu 1. Short-term counseling and referrals related to mental health, personal or social concerns.
2. Medical services and wellness exams in partnership with Prevea Health.
3. Support services for victims of sexual violence and domestic violence.

Veteran’s Services

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
http://www.uwgb.edu/veterans/ 920-465-2075 or financialaid@uwgb.edu Apply for benefits. Learn about area Veteran resources. Connect with other veterans.

Weidner Center

Website Contact Us Ways we support students
Show Information: https://www.weidnercenter.com/ 920-465-2726 or Weidner@uwgb.edu The Phlash Tix program to see great events at the Weidner Center, Student employment and Student internships. Direct internship and employment inquiries to Brock Neverman at nevermab@uwgb.edu.