The Student Employment Office is still collecting nominations for the 2016 Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY) competition. Take this opportunity to share stories and honor student employees who have made an impact through their positions. A special ceremony to recognize nominees and award winners will be held April 11, 2016. All nominations (form available […]
Five years ago, the Enrollment Services Division completely reorganized space, staffing and service delivery consistent with a vision of providing fully integrated services at a “one-stop” service center. The goal was to provide single-point-of-service transactions for the offices of the Registrar, Financial Aid and Admissions, assure accuracy and consistency of information, coordinate incoming and outbound […]
Already broadcast campuswide but repeated here for the record: Facilities Management will be making some “fairly significant repairs” to the new roof deck on the Student Services Plaza. Contractors will begin the estimated weeklong project on Tuesday (Oct. 15). Dust and noise will be a necessary inconvenience as crews cut into the concrete to complete […]
With a grant award of $161,504 for the “Phoenix GPS Program,” UW-Green Bay is one of more than two dozen institutions across Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa receiving support for new initiatives meant to keep students in college and on track academically, socially and financially. Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation is distributing a total of […]
This week’s beautiful weather and three Wednesday sales — of Phoenix apparel, healthy salad fixin’s and ice cream — demonstrated again the great potential of the new plaza above the Student Services Building, adjacent to the University Union. Check out Eric Miller’s photos.
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.
With weather that’s finally suitable for sitting outside (not today maybe, but generally), students, faculty and staff have been taking advantage of the newly remodeled Student Services plaza. This beautiful space includes original artwork, campus garden plots, great seating and plenty of space to just be. We’ve got new photos and more of the details […]
Warm weather, new seating, the addition of two new sculptures and the planting of SLO’s gardens mean increased activity this week on the newly remodeled Student Services plaza. The sculptures are the end result of work by artist Teresa Lind, who presented a series of workshops on iron casting, including a final pour (pictured below) […]
Already broadcast campuswide but repeated here for the record, and for our off-campus readers: On Thursday (Jan. 10) the west entrance of the Student Services Building will be closed for the day. This exterior entrance is the one nearest the Admissions, Financial Aid, and Registrar offices. A work crew will be installing a canopy over […]
Already distributed campuswide but repeated here for the record: The Student Services roof deck and plaza will reopen for public use by this Friday (Nov. 16), as will the small parking lot to the north. Facilities Management says miscellaneous and limited finishing work could take place over the next few weeks, but major construction is […]