UW-Green Bay is one of three four-year UW schools where freshmen have a choice about whether to live on campus, according to an article in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. While UW-Milwaukee has looked into requiring its freshmen to live on campus, UW-Green Bay does not expect to adopt a similar policy. “It’s something we’ve thought about, but we haven’t moved in that direction,” said Glenn Gray, director of Residence Life. Gray says while it’s not required, it is important for freshmen to live on campus. “Freshmen who live on campus are retained at a higher rate than those who live off campus. They adjust more easily and are more likely to get involved in programs and activities after school,” he said. Read the entire article here.