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Student Accessibility Services


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Apply for academic or housing accommodations with our easy online application.

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We remove barriers for students with documented disabilities by providing academic and housing accommodations.


Assistive Tech

Assistive technology is any tool that helps students with disabilities do things more quickly, easily or independently.

Assistive Technology

GB Access

GB Access is your portal for academic accommodations, once your application has been approved. If you've used our services, and need to request accommodations for a new class, you can do so through the student login.

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Equal Access

Instructor & Program Resources

Creating courses and materials that are accessible benefits all students. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is here to support faculty and provide resources to help.

Other student Resources

Coming to Student Accessibility Services is a great start. Below are other services and resources we recommend you also look into.

Career Planning

Want to find out what job opportunities are available to you? Your Career Advisor can help point you to tools to understand your strengths and work with you to create a road map for your career goals.

Career Planning

Department of Workforce Development

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development's Division of Vocational Rehabilitation provides guidance and services to assist people with disabilities in achieving their employment goals.

Workforce Development

The Learning Center

Any student, with or without a disability, has access to the Learning Center at UW-Green Bay. It's where you can get tutoring, writing assistance, and academic success coaching resources. All services are free and available for all campus locations.

Get Academic Help

Office Information

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) staff are here to remove barriers and provide access to students with disabilities. Our office is located in the Student Services Building, room 1700, on the Green Bay Campus. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. If you're located in Marinette, Manitowoc or Sheboygan, your initial appointment will be made virtually with the Access Coordinator on the Green Bay Campus.

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Closed May 27

Closed July 4 & 5

Contact Us

Phone Number: 920-465-2841
Fax Number: 920-465-2191


Student Services 1700
UW-Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311

Report an Incident

UW-Green Bay values inclusion and is committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all students, including those with disabilities. If you experience bias or discrimination, our grievance process provides a confidential way to report the incident and seek resolution. We encourage you to speak up and help us ensure that all students are treated with respect and dignity.

Report an Incident  

Lynn Niemi, Student Accessibility Services Director

Want to Know More?

Lynn Niemi and the SAS team strive to help students with disabilities reach their full potential by providing academic accommodations and support services.

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