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Video: Financial Aid and Emergency Grant information

Attention UW-Green Bay students. Talking about finances is difficult! GBOSS is here to help! GBOSS or the “Green Bay One Stop Shop” specializes in helping students with Financial Aid and Emergency Grant information. The office is open remotely 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by phone, 920-465-2111, email,, or virtual appointment. Find more at

Video Transcript: Hi, I’m Jennifer Jones, your Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services at UW-Green Bay. Today I’d like to talk to you about something many people find uncomfortable to talk about and that is money. Many of us are nervous about how we’re going to afford college this fall, how we’re going to pay for our classes. If you’re one of those people and you’re unsure or your family situation your income has changed this year, please reach out to Financial Aid. You can do this by contacting GBOSS. GBOSS is the best place to start. GBOSS has connections to all the resources both financial aid emergency grants and anything else that you need to be successful in your career at UW-Green Bay. Please don’t hesitate to reach out and have that conversation. You can schedule an appointment, you can email, you can call. You can have a video chat with a financial aid advisor to talk about your specific situation. Please reach out. GBOSS is easy to connect with 920-465-2111 or GBOSS I hope to hear from you soon. We are all in this together and we can’t wait to support you to see your success at UW-Green Bay.

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Video: GBOSS is here to help you thrive!

GBOSS is here to help you thrive! GBOSS, or the “Green Bay One Stop Shop” team specializes in answering FAQ’s for Admissions, Financial Aid and Registration, or any question you may have about UW-Green Bay. The office is open remotely 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by phone, 920-465-2111, email,, or virtual appointment. Find more at

Video Transcript: Hello, I’m here today to introduce you to UW-Green Bay’s Green Bay One Stop Shop or GBOSS for short. Small but mighty our team of seven staff members are known as the Google of campus. We provide exceptional customer service at all Green Bay’s campus locations including Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan. Prospective students, current students, and the general public reach out to us with all sorts of campus questions. We’re here to help with things like admissions, advising, financial aid, and registration. We can answer almost every question in our office and what we can’t answer we know the right person to get you to. Currently, we are accepting phone and virtual appointments so, feel free to reach out to us by phone at 920-465-2111 or by email at, today with your questions. We are here to help you thrive.


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Video: Explore the Learning Options Webpage

Attention incoming UW-Green Bay students, Green Bay One Stop Shop (GBOSS) has a new webpage, “Learning Options” to help you navigate your fall semester classes. The webpage has helpful resources and information about fall classes and course modalities. Go to

Video Transcript:

Hi, I’m Jennifer Jones and I’m the Assistant Vice-Chancellor for Enrollment Services at UW-Green Bay. Today, I’m encouraging you to check out the website Learning Options. It is a page that can give you all the resources and information that you need to know what classes are going to be like this fall. It talks/teaches you how to use SIS, to find out how your courses are going to be offered and when they’re going to be offered. It also gives you examples on what those classes are going to be like. So, I encourage you to check out the page. If you have questions about your fall schedule and how it’s going to work, feel free to reach out to GBOSS. We can connect you with any resources that you might need. Connecting with GBOSS is easy. You can call them at 920-465-2111 or email them GBOSS Thanks, and I hope that you have a great fall semester and we’re always here to support you to see your success at UW-Green Bay.

Video: GBOSS is here to serve says Jennifer Jones

UW-Green Bay Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services Jennifer Jones, shares an important message from Enrollment Services.

Transcript summary

UW-Green Bay is here for you. In these uncertain times, we are all navigating new territory. Perhaps you are concerned about your courses moving to alternate delivery methods, or nervous about how your registration questions will be answered. We hear your concerns and we are doing everything that we can to support your needs and move you towards your goals—academic or otherwise.

This means your concerns about registration, financial aid, emergency grants, advising and career services will continue to be addressed by dedicated advisors and staff members. We will continue to work hard to make sure you achieve your goals. If you are finding yourself in a situation where you don’t know where to go or what to do, we are here for you.

As an essential service, the Enrollment Services Office is still open for business and available to advise and answer questions for you. We are just an email or phone call away at or 920-465-2111.

UW-Green Bay is caring, prepared and resilient campus community and we will continue to support each other as we transition through these changes, until the day coming soon when we can look back with you at what we accomplished together. Take care, and go Phoenix!”

Campus Cupboard accepting donations

Please consider picking up one or a few of the needed items below to provide for students through the Campus Cupboard. Donations may be dropped off at marked boxes located in Student Life, Dean of Students office in the University Union, seventh floor of Cofrin Library, Disability Services, Health and Counseling, third floor Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Suite C, GBOSS and Career Services. If you would like to make a donation to the Campus Cupboard Fund, please visit the online donation page to do so. Make sure to select Campus Cupboard from the drop down menu. You can also drop off a check to the Advancement Office, located in CL805.

Food items in need:

  • Hot and cold cereal
  • Canned tuna and chicken
  • Pastas
  • Spaghetti sauce
  • Canned meals/soups (vegetarian and meat)
  • Rice and brown beans
  • Pancake mix and syrup (including sugar-free)
  • Jams/jellies
  • Peanut butter
  • Canned low syrup fruits

 Hygiene items in need:

  • Shampoo
  • Toilet paper
  • Dish soap
  • Laundry soap

CATL to offer two events starting this Friday (Sept. 21)

The UW-Green Bay Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) has two events supporting instructional and institutional development coming up:

— High-impact Practices @ 10 Reading Series: Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 from Noon to 1 p.m. Learn more.

— Course Crunch: Scheduling for Student Success: Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the 1965 room located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. This event is sponsored by CATL and Enrollment Services (Registrar, GBOSS and Advising). Learn more.

Kim Metzger and Lynn Niemi in front of toilet paper

Disability Services wipes out competition in Toilet Paper Challenge

The 2018 Great Toilet Paper Challenge at UW-Green Bay ended with a small office of two — Disability Services — making big contributions and wiping out the competition.

"Because that's how we roll!"

TP on display in the window Counseling and Health Center
TP on display in the window
Counseling and Health Center

In early January, the Student Affairs and Campus Climate and Enrollment Services divisions met to better acquaint employees from both divisions and update all on what is new in each department. As part of those updates, Stacie Christian reported the Campus Cupboard was most in need of toilet paper. Thus began The Great 2018 TP Challenge.

The teams (Admissions, Financial Aid/Bursar, Registrar/GBOSS, Disability Services, Counseling and Health, and Academic Advising/Career Services) rose to the challenge and spent two weeks bringing in donations and taunting the competition. The motivation — serving UW-Green Bay students. The prize — a King Cake on Mardi Gras, recognition in the Log.

“Team Disability Services, insisted they were the little office with a big impact,” reported Academic Advisor Stephanie Murphy. “Counseling and Health drew attention to their efforts with an at-home port-a-potty outside its door, and Advising and Career Service’s pile grew steadily.”

On Feb.13 (2018), participants gathered to share food and celebrate. The Little Office that Could beat out Team Academic Advising/Career Services by a mere 12 rolls with a total of 451 rolls. Their reaction? “We knew we could wipe out the competition.”

Donated toilet paper packages
Bath tissue donation piled in CK One

A total of 1,486 rolls of toilet paper were collected for the Campus Cupboard, which is always in need of personal health items like toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant and soap. Please consider a “fun” drive of your own to help out students in need.


SIS upgrade is complete

The SIS upgrade is complete and available to campus. GBoss (Green Bay One Stop Shop) sends the following reminders to campus users:

  • SIS supports Internet Explorer 11 and the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
  • SIS does not support Windows Edge at this time
  • Any current SIS shortcuts will be invalid.
  • Please go to the UWGB Home Page and click the SIS link or go to:
  • Questions about SIS can be directed to GBOSS at or (920) 465-2111.

Berg honored by campus NRHH chapter

The campus chapter of NRHH — the National Residence Hall Honorary — has informed UW-Green Bay staff member Kristina Berg that she has been chosen staff member of the month. The citation noted Berg’s daily dedication to students through her work with GBOSS, the One Stop Shop, and her extra efforts overseeing the evening, volunteer call team set up by UW-Green Bay Admissions to aid in recruitment.