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Division of Student Access & Success

Opening Doors

We welcome all students and are committed to their success.

We deliver programs and services to fulfill our mission as an access-driven university, committed to equity in education and student success.

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Student-centered programs provide flexible options that build accessible pathways to higher education


Learners of all ages will receive advice and guidance on courses and best-fit educational pathways


Access to resources and support for all learners from application through degree completion

Dual Enrollment Services

We offer three programs that deliver dual credit opportunities for high school students. Students take a college class online, in their high school or at a campus location while still in high school. Courses count toward their high school diploma and college degree or certificate.

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College Credit in High School

Students can take college courses in their high school that are taught by a high school teacher approved as a UW-Green Bay instructor.

Learn in a Familiar Space  

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Dual Enrollment Access Academy

High school students can take online courses designed specifically for high school students to earn high school and college credit.

Get a Head Start  

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Early College Credit Program

Students in high school can take advantage of this state program to take courses online or at UW-Green Bay campuses.

Level Up  

Early College Programs

We offer coordinated programs that integrate dual enrollment services to expand early college access and are paired with student support.

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We partner with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's (DPI) Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Program (WEOP) to assist students in grades 6-12 at target schools obtain a high school diploma and prepare for postsecondary education success.

Build College Readiness  

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Rising Phoenix

We collaborate with area school districts to provide students with a future-proofing blend of dual enrollment courses, ongoing student success coaching and an opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree while still in high school.

Dream Big, Rise Higher  

Highest Recognition

The UW System Board of Regents honored UW-Green Bay’s Early College Programs with an Academic Staff Excellence Award, recognizing service to the university. The award is the highest recognition bestowed on members of UW-System’s academic staff. 

Read the Announcement

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Accelerated Degree Options

Pursue your dreams sooner.

Our accelerated degree options are designed to make it possible for adult learners to pursue their dreams while managing a job, family and other responsibilities. Start here. End with a degree. 7-week, online courses. Busy adults need creative options — we've got them.

Don't Wait 

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Gateway to
Phoenix Success

Meet the challenges of college and succeed.

It's a big leap from high school to college. College classes challenge students to learn in new ways and by doing more outside of the classroom. The Gateway to Phoenix Success program will give students the tools they need to meet these challenges, empowering them to have the skills to succeed in the college classroom.

Get the Most Out of College 

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Take Advantage of Navigate

The Navigate app can take students from orientation to graduation, including choosing the right major and progressing from financial aid to course registration. Stay on top of important dates and deadlines ― all in the palm of your hand.

Explore Navigate 

Meet the Unstoppable

"I knew I wanted to go to college and wanted to take upper level classes in high school. It could be risky to say, yeah, I’m going to start taking college classes now. But with the Rising Phoenix program I felt like I could handle it, and I was willing to put in the work."

Nadia Neziri
Rising Phoenix
B.S. Environmental Planning & Policy '25

Learn More About Nadia  

University Inclusivity & Student Affairs

We will find ways to create a dynamic and engaging campus community where every student feels they have a voice and a place.  We will provide inclusive programming, individual and group support opportunities and encourage living and learning with all students. We promise to work tirelessly to give students a place where they can belong in their Phoenix family.

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How Can We Help You Open Doors?

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Meagan Strehlow

Assistant Vice Chancellor
(920) 465-2716

Meagan provides leadership and strategic vision for the Division of Student Access and Success. She not only develops partnerships with educational organizations and schools, she oversees and innovates programs to meet the diverse needs of students of all ages.