The UW-Green Bay College Credit in High School (CCIHS) program has another year of record enrollment with more than 1,500 students enrolling in UW-Green Bay credit classes through the concurrent enrollment program. Final enrollment numbers for the 2017-18 academic year show a 13% enrollment increase from last year. The CCIHS program partners with 40 Wisconsin […]
WBAY reported that the number of high school students taking courses from UW-Green Bay is up 25 percent this year. 1,352 high school students across Wisconsin are earning college credit from UW-Green Bay while also earning high school credit.
The College Credit in High School program has seen a 25 percent increase in high school students enrolled (1,352) for the 2016-17 school year. These courses are taught in high schools by UW-Green Bay approved adjunct instructors. UW-Green Bay faculty members serve as faculty liaisons for these high school teachers to provide curricular support and […]
Enrollment is highest recorded and most diverse to date Green Bay, Wis. — For the first time in its history, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has surpassed the 7,000 mark for fall enrollment. UW-Green Bay has 7,030 students, up 251 students from a year ago. The University has seen significant gains in minority students, graduate […]
UW-Green Bay Human Biology Prof. James Marker (front left), hosted students from Verona High school (part of the College Credit in High School (CCIHS) Intro. Human Biology course) recently for a few hours of learning and fun while studying anatomy and physiology. They spent an hour engaging in such things as taking blood pressure and […]
UW-Green Bay College Credit in High School and Pulaski High School Spanish instructor Tracie Van Gheem-Rottier was featured in an NBC 26 Partners in Education segment last night that showcased Pulaski School District’s extensive Modern Language program that begins in elementary schools and culminates with UWGB Spanish 202 at the high school through our College […]
Program organizers promise state high school students will be able to take UW System college courses at little or no charge under an agreement signed Tuesday (June 12) by Tony Evers, state Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Ray Cross, chancellor of UW Colleges and Extension. The program, which would be in place for the 2013-14 […]