Tag: bursar

Disability Services wipes out competition in Toilet Paper Challenge

Kim Metzger and Lynn Niemi in front of toilet paper

The 2018 Great Toilet Paper Challenge at UW-Green Bay ended with a small office of two — Disability Services — making big contributions and wiping out the competition. In early January, the Student Affairs and Campus Climate and Enrollment Services divisions met to better acquaint employees from both divisions and update all on what is […]

Business and Finance area welcomes a new bursar, and risk/contract officer

Please join the Business and Finance area in welcoming two new employees to UW-Green Bay. • Laurie Rentmeester has been hired as the Bursar, and her first day of employment is Monday (April 22). Laurie comes to the University after 19 years at the Brown County Community Treatment Center, having been the admissions, billing and […]

New at UW-Green Bay: A Payment Agreement before registration

Registration for Fall Semester 2013 begins Monday, April 1, with a new policy is place. UW-Green Bay is joining a good many of its peer institutions in requiring all students to electronically agree to a Payment Agreement before being allowed to register for classes. The Payment Agreement confirms student understanding of the financial obligations they […]

Anderson gains promotion, new title as budget director

Richard (Dick) Anderson, UW-Green Bay’s bursar since 2001, will begin new duties Feb. 1 with his appointment to the position of university budget director. His hiring, announced today (Jan. 4) by Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance Kelly Franz, caps a national search. Anderson will have responsibilities including the preparation, review and submission of the […]

Bursar talks tuition with Fox 11 News

When our neighbors to the west on Monday officially signed off on a longstanding tuition reciprocity deal, continuing — with a few tweaks — the Minnesota-Wisconsin exchange that’s been in place since 1965, Fox 11 News came to campus. They talked with UW-Green Bay Bursar Dick Anderson about the arrangement (Wisconsin OK’d it earlier this […]