Academic Advising at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus is essential to developing your educational plan and completing your degree. The ultimate responsibility for making decisions about your course selections and career path rests directly on you, but your advisors can help.

The goals of advising are to:

  • Make academic policies clear and meaningful for students
  • Help students navigate through UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus's human resources to locate and secure advice from the most knowledgeable person in a particular field or college
  • Help students identify sources that will aid them in clarifying their academic direction and strengthening their academic skills.
  • Help students understand and make progress toward degree requirements for the Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree and/or a bachelors degree
  • Associate of Art and Sciences Degree Worksheet

Whether it's choosing classes, planning for a transfer or meeting your degree requirements - an advisor will help guide and assist you in planning your course of study.

All students are assigned to an academic staff or faculty member who acts as an advisor for both educational and career guidance.

If you have any questions about Advising or want to make an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact the Students Affairs Office at 920-459-6633. While we are happy to help students who walk into our office, our advisors' schedules do fill up quickly and making an appointment is the best way to ensure an advisor can meet with you.

Early Alert Program

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus utilizes a proactive system by which instructors can provide detailed information regarding students they are concerned about or that are not meeting course expectations to the students' academic advisors. Advisors in the Solution Center will then reach out to students to recommend ways to improve and discuss relevant options and policies.

Instructors are encouraged to submit an Early Alert Referral form to the Solution Center or Mark Krell for each student that is not doing well during the first month of the semester or at any time during the term. Instructors may also email Solution Center with student referrals.