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Academic Support

On and off-campus resources to assist individuals with differing academic needs, to provide additional academic support, or to serve as resources available to extend diverse academic knowledge into the community.

Academic Advising

Contact this office if you are a students in need of assistance with course selection, registration, academic performance issues or questions, transfer credits, requirements, or declaring a major. SS 1600

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Center for First Nations Studies

Contact the Center if you are a student or educator who would like to learn more about First Nations (American Indians) in Wisconsin. The goal of the Center is to help educators do a more comprehensive job of teaching youth about the history, culture, sovereignty, and contemporary status of First Nations in Wisconsin. Wood Hall 420

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Center for Middle East Studies

Contact this center if you are interested in promoting or learning about the cultures and languages of the Middle East, to access resources for Middle East Studies for K-12 and community education, or to find out about grant or educational travel opportunities focused on the Middle East. Wood Hall 420

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Hmong Studies Center

Contact this center for support of courses, public lectures, research seminars, and other cultural events focusing on or serving Hmong students and the Hmong community in the greater Green Bay region.

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Oneida Language Tools

This site offers some tools for studying and learning the Oneida language. Here you can: learn a little about the language, its speakers, and its traditions (about the Oneida Language), download a teaching grammar that includes sound files so you can hear how the language is spoken as well as how it is organized, access a dictionary database to look up words or find out how root elements of the language are used, and view some sample texts.

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Richard Mauthe Ecumenical Center

Contact the Mauthe Center for academic scholarship opportunities for students that support diversity and social justice.

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TRIO & Precollege Programs

These grant-funded programs bring low-income and first-generation college students to UWGB, and each of the programs strive to help these middle and high school students discover and realize a college education. The goal of TRIO and Precollege Programs is to help students successfully find and graduate from a college. You would Contact this office if you are interested in getting a middle or high school student involved or if you would like to participate in the programs. Student Services 1929.
 

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Tutoring Services

Contact this office if you are an undergraduate student who would like or needs free academic support in a variety of subjects. Study Group Leaders will offer group support. Peer Tutors will offer one-on-one assistance in some limited subjects. SS1363

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Writing Center

Contact the Writing Center if you are a student who would like assistance or tutoring with your writing skills. The primary goal is to help you to become a better writer, more capable of finding problems in your own writing and improving your writing as you revise. The Writing Center wants to help you reach the point where you don't need tutoring any more. CL 109

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Literacy Green Bay

Help for adults and families to acquire the reading, writing, math, English language, computer and workforce skills they need to function effectively as workers and community members.

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