UW-Green Bay makes ‘Top 200 Colleges for Native Americans’

The magazine Winds of Change has released its 17th annual college guide issue. UW-Green Bay is one of 200 schools on the list of “200 top schools that are notably supportive of their Native students,” in the words of publisher Pamala Silas. Recognized were institutions that have the nucleus of a good American Indian community for support and that graduate a good percentage of their Native American undergrads. UW-Green Bay was listed alphabetically along with UW-Madison, Milwaukee and Superior as Wisconsin public universities that made the Top 200. 
(For a summary of UW-Green Bay’s efforts to serve its community and American Indian students, look for a video next month on the “Inside” and “Inclusive Excellence” websites.)

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