The Language House is an informal space on campus, where UW-Green Bay students, faculty and members of the Green Bay cultural community meet, teach, learn, work, and converse in languages and about cultures other than their own.
Set apart from other academic buildings (Campus Map), the Language House provides Modern Language students and faculty an ideal immersion environment for language courses, club meetings, international film screenings, language camps, the annual language awards ceremony and other academic, social and cultural events staged by our language programs.
The Language House is predominantly utilized by students of the Modern Language programs, however, international students and exchange students often participate in these events at the facility and participate in this international learning community as well throughout the year.
An abbreviated list of some of the activities that take place at the Language House:
- academic courses
- language club meetings
- coffee chats for informal conversations in one of the languages
- study abroad presentations
- foreign film evenings
- international holiday celebrations
- career development workshops
- summer language camps
- grammar workshops
- game nights
- annual Modern Languages Awards ceremony
- program parties
In order to reserve the Language House for a language club event or other academic purpose, please contact the current Chair of Modern Language Program, Cristina Ortiz, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-465-2450