Phuture Phoenix: Nearly 6,000 hours, 533 students tutored and mentored, 141 classrooms, and more…

UW-Green Bay’s Phuture Phoenix program finished compiling and analyzing data reports for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. The Phuture Phoenix program provides an opportunity for students from underrepresented and economically challenged backgrounds to believe post-secondary education is important, attainable and available.

In the 2016-17 academic year:

  • 5,831 hours of tutoring and mentoring provided by UW-Green Bay mentors.
  • 533 individual students were tutored and mentored.
  • 141 classrooms in 16 schools were supported.
  • 176 UW-Green Bay mentors averaged 33 hours of tutoring and mentoring.

On Average:

  • 11 hours of mentoring on average were received by each participating 1st-12th grade student
  • 6 sessions on average of tutoring and mentoring received by a 1st-12th grade student.
  • 17 times on average a classroom received support from a UW-Green Bay mentor.


More information about Phuture Phoenix is available at

Kimberly Vlies

Kimberly began working with web and graphic design in 2004 and joined the Office of Marketing and University Communication (M/UC) in October 2007.

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