Tag: Admissions

Andrew Meyer is new Transfer Services Coordinator

Andrew Meyer, currently an advisor for UW-Green Bay’s Office of Admissions has been appointed the new Transfer Services Coordinator, reporting to the Registrar’s Office beginning July 24. “We expect the transition to last roughly a month,” says Assistant Vice Chancellor Christina Trombley. “As Andrew adjusts to his new role and we again embark on a […]

Snapchat Tour garners impressive results

UW-Green Bay student tour guides Ben Berndt, Elizabeth Howard and Dani LaPorte took friends of the “uwgreenbay” Snapchat account on a tour of campus via “Snapchat story” Wednesday, July 5. The Snapchat story, viewable in the app for 24 hours, included photos, video clips and text. The students worked with Jena Richter Landers (Marketing and […]

Bay College, UW-Green Bay agreement eases student transfer process

A new transfer agreement is gaining attention in Escanaba, Mich. “Good things are inevitable when you bring together two colleges by the bay. Bay College in Escanaba, Michigan and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have entered into a joint agreement to seamlessly transfer 30 general education credits for any qualified Bay College student. The agreement […]

Save the Date: 2017 Phoenix Friday(s) on the Fox

Friday, July 28 is Phoenix Friday(s) on the Fox, the evening in summer, when UW-Green Bay alumni, friends and fans celebrate their Green Bay pride. Join organizers for a night of socializing, kids’ games and activities, live music from the band Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns (starring UW-Green Bay grads), an appearance by […]

Education leaders launch game changing college-readiness program for Green Bay students

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It’s easy to talk about the importance of education following high school. It’s another to actually do something real about it to build a college-bound culture. Three Green Bay education leaders — NWTC President Jeff Rafn, Green Bay Area Public School Superintendent Michelle Langenfeld and UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller — are putting words […]