UW-Green Bay Fact Sheet, FALL 2001
Total Enrollment* = 5,551 Students; 4,550 FTE

Enrollments by Level for Gender and Full-time or Part-time

  Undergraduate   Graduate   Combined
Students 5383     168     5551  
FTE 4476     74     4550  
                 
Full-time 4326 80%   35 21%   4361 79%
   Men 1512     16     1528  
   Women 2814     19     2833  
                 
Part-time 1057 20%   133 79%   1190 21%
   Men 302     44     346  
   Women 755     89     844  
                 
Men 1814 34%   60 36%   1874 34%
Women 3569 66%   108 64%   3677 66%

Enrollments by Level for Residency, Ethnicity and Age

Undergraduate Graduate Combined
WI Residents
(from 71 of 72 counties)
5047 94% 158 94% 5205 94%
Nonresidents
(including international students)
336 6% 10 6% 346 6%
US Nonresidents
(from 29 states)
260 5% 6 4% 266 5%
International
(from 32 countries)
76 1% 4 2% 82 1%
US Minority 282 5% 15 9% 297 5%
    American Indian 95   11   106  
    African American 35   1   36  
    Asian 42   3   45  
    Southeast Asian 72   0   72  
    Hispanic American 38   0   38  
Average Age 23.4 34.7 23.7
Percent 26 and Older 19% 83% 21%

 

Enrollments by Major or Pre-major  --  first and second majors included

Interdisciplinary Majors

Disciplinary Majors

749 Business (BUA, PBA) 175 Accounting (ACTG, PMA)
128 Communication and the Arts 121 Art
248 Communication Processes 178 Biology
570 Education (EED, PEL, PSE) 35 Chemistry
39 Environmental Policy & Planning 188 Computer Science
95 Environmental Sciences 13 Earth Science
267 Human Biology (HUB, NSC) 33 Economics
257 Human Development 133 English
66 Humanistic Studies 17 French
8 Individual Major 3 Geography
40 Information Sciences 31 German
215 Interdisciplinary Studies 145 History
137 Nursing (NUR, NURC, NURN,PBN) 71 Math
57 Public Administration 81 Music
65 Social Change & Development 23 Philosophy
133 Social Work (SWK, PSW) 2 Physics
30 Urban & Regional Studies 65 Political Science

                                                         

279 Psychology (PSY, PPSY)
709 Undeclared 63 Spanish
201 Pre-professional programs 74 Theatre
795 Education Certification


Graduate Majors

29 Administrative Sciences
54 Environmental Science & Policy
41 Applied Leadership in Teaching & Learning

Class Standing

Matriculating Undergraduates

Undergrad
Specials

Graduate
Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior
1154 1240 1175 1646 168 168

 

UW-Green Bay History:  
The school was established by legislature in 1965 and opened for classes in 1968.  Since then UW-Green Bay has built 18 major buildings on the 700-acre campus.

 

Cost information for 2001-2002 school year:

  • Tuition and Fees for full-time students
    • Undergraduate Wisconsin Resident (12 - 18 credits per term) $3,648
    • Undergraduate Nonresident (12 - 18 credits per term) $12,160
    • Graduate Wisconsin Resident (9 or more credits per term) $4,892
    • Graduate Nonresident (9 or more credits per term) $14,716
  • Campus Apartments Rate is $2,169 for one-fourth of a furnished, two-bedroom apartment with bathroom, kitchen and living room, for nine months. Doubles, singles and private-room apartments at higher rates are also available.
  • Residence Halls Rate is $2,037 or $2,319 per student for a nine-month contract for a room shared with one other person. Dormitory residents must purchase the food plan.
  • Food Plan $1,000 annualminimum food plan is required of students living in residence halls.

New Undergraduates-Fall 2001

  New Freshmen New Transfers      ACT 
    Composite
          HS Rank
Applicants  2,425 1,218        
Admits  1,930 871 75th percentile 25 Percent in top quarter 52%
Admit Ratio  80% 72% Median 23 Percent in 2nd quarter 42%
Enrolled 908 499 25th percentile 20 Percent in 3rd quarter 6%
Yield 47% 57% Mean 22.7 Percent in bottom quarter 0.5%

Graduation and Retention Rates

Percent of New Full-time
Fall Freshmen Who...
Most
Recent
3-Year
Average
Enrolled the 2nd Fall 73.8% 71.1%
Enrolled the 3rd Fall 57.3% 55.2%
Enrolled the 4th Fall 50.3% 49.4%
Graduated in 5 Years 36.9% 36.6%
Graduated in 6 Years 41.2% 43.2%
Graduated in 7 Years 47.9% 45.2%

Average Section Sizes Graph

Average Section Sizes (group instruction): 31 students

 

Ratio of FTE students to FTE Faculty: 22 to 1

 

 

Notes: *EDP enrollments of 249 students and 105 FTE are fully integrated into the Fact Sheet. Enrollments in CAPP, Credit Outreach, Study Abroad, Remedial programs, Extension and senior citizen auditors are excluded. Due to rounding, some percents and FTE values may not add up to 100.