Thank you to all of the students, staff and faculty that helped make FOCUS-Registration and Resources 2013 a very positive experience for new students and their parents. That’s the message today from Brenda Amenson-Hill, dean of students and co-director of the FOCUS First-Year Experience program. See a short presentation and video of some of the highlights (go to Thanks FOCUS 2013).
Get a look at our new freshman class with this photo gallery from FOCUS (First-year Opportunities and Connections for UW-Green Bay Students), as hundreds of new students came to campus earlier this month to register, prepare for academic success, meet people and develop friendships. See photo gallery.
It is time to FOCUS (First-year Opportunities and Connections for UW-Green Bay Students), and hundreds of new students are on campus to register, prepare for academic success, meet people and develop friendships. Continue reading
Just a heads-up: FOCUS Registration and Resources begins Wednesday (June 5) and continues Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday (June 11). Staff and faculty members Universitywide are putting in abundant time and energy to get our newest freshmen acclimated and off to a strong start. From the morning welcome at the Union to the afternoon resource fair at Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, each day brings a new batch and a busy schedule for the hundreds of fall freshmen and their families. Advising and registration are key components. See the full schedule.
Brenda Amenson-Hill, dean of students and FOCUS co-director, reminds us that the welcome-to-campus activities for UW-Green Bay’s newest freshman class begin in earnest Thursday (Aug. 30) and continues through next weekend. Thanks, in advance, to all faculty and staff members who are participating and also to those who just offer a friendly word or helpful hand as they encounter our orientation participants over the coming days and weeks. Along with move-in day Thursday morning, the other big event that day involves a 3 p.m. welcome ceremony at the Kress Events Center. If you’d like to get a feel for the full Orientation schedule, click on the “calendar” button at the FOCUS website.
The co-directors of FOCUS, Dean of Students Brenda Amenson-Hill and Prof. Tim Dale (Democracy and Justice Studies) would like to thank all of the staff, faculty, and students that helped with FOCUS-Registration and Resources 2012. The new students and parents who attended were very positive about their experiences throughout the program. Your efforts are appreciated. Enjoy a few highlights and photos (PDF).
Kudos to our friends in Student Life, who continue to post great photos of this week’s FOCUS R & R. You can check ‘em out here.
It’s been a busy week on campus as incoming freshmen are welcomed to UW-Green Bay through the FOCUS program’s Registration and Resources (R&R) sessions. During this one-day program, students register for fall classes, obtain their ID cards and meet faculty, staff and returning students. The sessions began Tuesday (June 5) and run through Friday (June 8) of this week, with additional sessions held Monday (June 11) and Tuesday (June 12). Check out the UW-Green Bay Facebook page for some great photos of the week’s events.
Please mark your calendar for the 2012 FOCUS programs:
Registration and Resources - June 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12
Orientation - August 30, 31 and September 1
For details and updates, please visit the FOCUS website.
The Cofrin Library, FOCUS and Student Life welcome all UW-Green Bay students to the second annual Bash in the Stacks! Students can stop by the library from 8-11 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 for free food, beverages, games, prizes and fun. Activities will include Nerf Tag, a photo booth and “Phinish in a Phlash,” UW-Green Bay’s version of the “Minute to Win It” TV game show. More information on the event.
Students interested in being Phinish in a Phlash contestants can post to our Facebook wall (http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=157892357622776) and tell us why they would like to be selected. Contestants will get the opportunity to pick their partners as they face off with two other teams for prizes. Games will take place on the third floor of the Cofrin Library at 8:15 p.m., 9:00 p.m. and 9:45 p.m., with Comedy City hosting this fun-filled event.