UW-Green Bay student Averie Menger looks forward to being back on campus, whatever it may look like
Although UW-Green Bay is intending to be open in fall and welcoming faculty, staff and students back on campus, some classes originally scheduled for in-person instruction will be moving online or having online aspects to them for the safety of the UW-Green Bay community. Current UW-Green Bay students who transitioned to online learning in Spring 2020 demonstrated that they are resilient problem-solvers and describe their experiences while providing some advice to future students…
Averie Menger is a sophomore majoring in Business Administration.
“When it comes to courses being moved from in-person to online, it can definitely can be a challenging change to adapt to. However, from my experience all of my professors were EXTREMELY understanding and willing to help at all times. For me personally, I am definitely a visual and hands-on learner, so I would be lying if I said I did not struggle having my classes moved online. However I managed to make a daily routine, laying out times to do homework and hold myself accountable, and they worked super well for me! Eventually it became much easier to do, and I know going into the fall semester there will be even more resources to help – being that online/hybrid courses will be very common. I am looking VERY forward to getting back to campus, whatever it may look like – change is good!”