Stephen McKellips has agreed to be the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s new assistant vice chancellor for Enrollment Services. McKellips has a Ph.D. in communication from the University of Memphis and is currently the senior director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the University of North Carolina-Asheville. McKellips has experience working in the Wisconsin System prior to his time in North Carolina and brings a wealth of experience in building admissions and retention systems that will help UW-Green Bay achieve its access mission. McKellips first day will be on Jan. 21, 2020. Please welcome him to UW-Green Bay.
“The total enrollment of the University’s four locations, including campuses in Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan, is 8,873 – a 3.4 percent increase from last year (9.7 percent increase on the Green Bay Campus). See more via UW-Green Bay reports largest enrollment in its history – The Press.
UW-Green Bay announced a record 8,098 students at its Green Bay campus—a 9.7 percent increase from last fall. Including the Manitowoc, Marinette and Sheboygan campuses, enrollment is 8,873 students—an overall 3.4 percent increase. See more via University of Wisconsin enrollment down; UW-Green Bay enrollment hits record high | wbay.com
For a sixth straight year, enrollment is up at UW-Green Bay. Only four of the UW system’s other 26 campuses saw their numbers jump.
Unofficial enrollment figures show 8,098 students on the Green Bay campus for the Fall 2019 semester. That’s a 9.7% increase over last year. When adding in the Marinette, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan campuses, the total enrollment reaches 8,873. See more via Phoenix Burns Enrollment Record | News | WTAQ.
Preliminary enrollment for the University of Wisconsin System for fall of 2019 is down 2.6 percent than last year, but UW-Green Bay is reporting its largest enrollment in institutional history. While the System is experiencing this decline, UW-Green Bay’s four locations are seeing a 3.4 percent increase. At the Green Bay campus alone, enrollment has increased 9.7 percent. “The total enrollment of the University’s four locations, including campuses in Marinette, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan, is 8,873,” says UW-Green Bay. See more via Largest enrollment reported at UW-Green Bay despite decline across UW System | #wearegreenbay.com#.
The Phoenix flock at UW-Green Bay is the largest it has ever been. UW-Green Bay says the total enrollment at its Green Bay campus grew 9.7% from last year. Breaking the Green Bay campus record, 8,098 students are enrolled for classes in the 2019 fall semester. See more via UW-Green Bay reports largest enrollment in campus history | WLUK.
Jump Start is a seven-day preparatory program for first-year students from multicultural backgrounds interested in learning how to be successful at UW-Green Bay. Students explore resources available to them, deepen their campus connections and learn more about the Green Bay community.
This year, 33 students are enrolled in the program. Rosa Serrano, a MESA multicultural advisor, says that students who go through the program are acclimated more quickly to the University and often take on leadership roles.
Photos submitted by the Multi Ethnic Student Affairs Office. Top photo: UW-Green Bay alumnus Cordero Barkley (bottom right) introduces the students to the Titletown District near Lambeau Field and Titletown Tech, where he serves as director of finance and investments.
Luxemburg-Casco High School sent out a commencement-related news release this week, which stated that UW-Green Bay is the top choice for 2019 graduates to pursue higher education. Seventeen of the class of 143 have chosen UW-Green Bay. We are glad to have them! Go Spartans and Go Phoenix!
Nearly 200 students from the Fine Arts Institute at Green Bay East High School joined UW-Green Bay for an Arts Open House — a day of interactive breakout sessions and a special performance of the play Julius Caesar, April 29, 2019.
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– Photos by UWGB College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences