UW-Green Bay was featured prominently in a Thursday (Sept. 29) Green Bay Press-Gazette front-page story on enrollments at area colleges and universities. Enrollments locally are up compared with a year ago, early numbers show, and are expected to increase with the start of online and other courses that begin later in the semester. The educational landscape is changing here at UW-Green Bay, where nearly a third of students are considered nontraditional (that is, age 25 or older). The story quotes Provost Julia Wallace — “we’re seeing more adult students” — and features a nice photo from Associate Prof. Michael Hencheck’s Principles of Physics class. Full story.
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