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.

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More information about Phuture Phoenix is available at http://www.uwgb.edu/phuturephoenix/

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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