Tag: visit

Admissions unveils ‘Visit Campus, Cheer the Pack’ promotion

To capitalize on, and reinforce awareness of UW-Green Bay’s partnership with the Green Bay Packers — and also just to have a little fun — a new recruitment initiative originating out of the Admissions Office will allow one lucky prospective student the chance to cheer on the Packers in person at Lambeau Field. Admissions is […]

Middle school students reminded about college aspirations

About 50 students from Edison, Franklin and Washington Middle Schools, Green Bay, visited campus Friday, May 2. For many, it was a return trip, having visited during Phuture Phoenix Tour Days as fifth-graders. Director of the visit, Juliet Cole, the associate director of the Institute for Learning Partnership, said the day reflected a continuing outreach […]

UW System President Cross to visit Friday

The University of Wisconsin System has posted a news release confirming that President Ray Cross will continue his around-the-state listening initiative with plans to spend the full day at UW-Green Bay on Friday (May 9). While in Green Bay, Cross expects to hold separate listening sessions with a variety of diverse groups having been scheduled, […]

Latest on Clinton visit: Those tickets are gone, too

The Press-Gazette is reporting that all free tickets have been distributed for Friday night’s visit by former President Bill Clinton at the Kress Events Center. Doors open at 7 p.m. CST. UW-Green Bay Public Safety tells us that security and crowd control will necessitate some partial lot closures and minor re-routing in the immediate area […]

Historical help: Anyone remember a Ford visit in the late 1980s?

Our assertion in a recent LOG e-news that Friday’s visit by former President Clinton is the first to campus by a former or sitting U.S. president has been challenged. A UW-Green Bay alumnus and historian who attended here in the mid- to late-1980s called to say he vividly remembers seeing Gerald Ford on campus at […]