COVID-19: See our Phoenix Forward page

Your Safe Path to Earn a Degree

Our world has changed dramatically over the course of the Coronavirus pandemic. Our top priority is to safety on campus. The global pandemic remains an acute threat, one that UW-Green Bay leadership is taking very seriously. Every effort is being made to develop and refine processes and protocols that will safeguard you while you learn, live and lead on campus this academic year. 

Vaccinations and Exemption

UW-Green Bay continues to follow the advice of local public health, the Centers for Disease Control and our partner, Prevea Health. Please takes measures to protect yourself and the Phoenix Family. Vaccination against COVID-19 for faculty, staff and students, continues to be the best way for the University to return to the pre-pandemic social and academic environments.

Students, employees and visitors who are vaccinated are not required to: participate in bi-weekly surveillance testing, or practice social distancing while in university buildings. Those with exempt status can return to campus without restrictions post-travel. Additionally, through the "70 in a Phlash" initiative, vaccinated students that provided vaccination verification are eligible to win prizes such as Pass Points, a Brewers Experience, a Packers Experience, scholarships and more.

Fully vaccinated

An individual is considered fully vaccinated:
  • Two (2) weeks after receiving both doses of a two-dose vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna)
  • Two (2) weeks after receiving a one-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson)
In order to receive an exemption, documentation of vaccination(s) should be uploaded via the Exemption Request Form linked below. Vaccination verification can include a legible image of a personal vaccination card (including name and date of birth) or an official record obtained from the Wisconsin Immunization Registry.

Exemption Request Form

Get vaccinated

Not vaccinated yet? Schedule an appointment through your personal health care provider or UW-Green Bay's Partner Prevea today!

Additional Helpful steps:

  1. Review this website and read emails to your UW-Green Bay email inbox to understand how we’ll be operating and what we need you to do to stay safe.
  2. Prevea is UW-Green Bay's healthcare partner. Sign up for MyPrevea App in order to more efficiently utilize testing and schedule appointments.

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Get Answers

If you have questions, Green Bay One Stop Shop (GBOSS) has answers. Connect via 920-465-2111 or UW-Green Bay Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services Jennifer Jones, shares about this resource.