Tag: GB Welcome

550 incoming UW Green Bay freshmen clean trails before fall semester commences | #wearegreenbay.com#

It’s that time of year – students are gearing up to go back to school. But before the UW-Green Bay freshmen hit the books Wednesday, Monday they decided to hit the trail as a way to serve the community outside of campus. The freshmen clearing the trails are just as diverse as the nature around […]

Move in day for UW-Green Bay students | wearegreenbay.com

It’s that time of year for UW-Green Bay freshmen to move into their college dorms. First-year students were scheduled to move into their assigned housing from 8 a.m. until Noon on Sunday, Sept. 1. More than 150 volunteers helped out around 700 first-year students. More via Move in day for UWGB students | #wearegreenbay.com#.

UW-Green Bay freshmen take class photo around new sculpture | WLUK

Incoming freshman students gathered around the new sculpture on campus at UW-Green Bay. To mark the official start of class on Tuesday, the freshman class gathered around the recently completed “Phoenix Rising” sculpture. The 13-foot steel and stainless steel piece was created by artist Carl Vanderheyden. More Via UWGB freshmen take class photo around new sculpture […]

Photos: Phoenix first day? Heavy lifters, 35 gallons of paint and nearly 800 new students

GB Welcome pep rally in the quad

It seems to be harder on the parents than the first-year students, but the Residence Life crew, along with faculty, staff, alumni and student volunteers (about 150 of them), made UW-Green Bay’s Move-in Day a little lighter. Later, students painted the Phoenix and about 780 students got together for the Welcome Rally in Phoenix Park. […]

Photos: Service Project and Lambeau Tailgate

GB Welcome community service

More than 550 UW-Green Bay first-year students, mentors, student ambassadors and staff made a big difference for Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve in Suamico, Wis. on Sept. 2, 2019. Can you imagine what 1,000 hours of volunteerism can do for a small, local community organization? Thanks to members of the Manitowoc and Marinette campuses for joining students […]