There’s still time to enroll in Summer 2020 classes!

Summer 2020 has officially begun, but there’s still opportunities for students to enroll! Some classes start June 15, 2020 and others start July 13, 2020. Check out the schedule of classes here.

Important things to know:

  • If you have not completed the payment agreement for Summer 2020, you have a hold on your account and will not be able to register for summer classes until completed. Completion of the payment agreement confirms your understanding of the financial obligations assumed when registering for classes. It does not require you to make payment until the designated due date (seen here). Remove the Payment Agreement hold today by following these directions.
  • FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: Students who are interested in Summer Financial Aid must complete a separate application, which is available here. Students also need to complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA and are encouraged to do so as soon as possible.
  • Check your SIS account for any other holds and take care of them ASAP. If you are unsure how to remove a hold or have other questions, contact us at gboss@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2111.
  • If you have trouble logging in to SIS, please reach out directly to the IT Help Desk at 920-465-2309.

 

UW-Green Bay reporting strong summer enrollment | Seehafer News

UW-Green Bay students are definitely taking advantage of social distancing and stay-at-home opportunities to continuing their path toward a college degree. The University is reporting strong summer enrollment with all 200-plus courses held via online and alternative delivery. To date, more than 2,589 unique students—an increase of 532 students from last summer—have registered for a summer course.

Source: UW-Green Bay Reporting Strong Summer Enrollment | Seehafer News

Area students turning lemons into lemonade; taking advantage of summer learning

UW-Green Bay reporting strong summer enrollment

Green Bay, Wis.—University students are definitely taking advantage of social distancing and stay-at-home opportunities to continuing their path toward a college degree. The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay reports strong summer enrollment with all 200-plus courses held via online and alternative delivery. To date, more than 2,589 unique students—an increase of 532 students from last summer—have registered for a summer course. And students can continue to register.

Summer courses are offered in four-, six- and 10-week sessions across most of the University’s undergraduate programs and select graduate programs. The number of freshmen (any student under 30 total credits) taking a summer course nearly doubled from 67 a year ago to 128 at present.

Students can continue to register for classes at www.uwgb.edu/admissions/summeronline/. New sessions begin on June 15 and July 13. See the academic calendar for details and length of classes. August 9, 2020 is the official end of the Summer 2020 classes.

“When students had to complete their spring classes virtually because of the pandemic, I think a number of them found that it gave them increased flexibility and it uncovered their own resiliency,” said Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services Jennifer Jones. “As the University continues to follow stay-at-home guidelines, taking a summer class or two has become a productive opportunity for them.”

Although all summer classes will remain online, the University plans to reopen all four campuses—Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan—to faculty and staff on July 1, 2020, as University leadership continues to work on plans to welcome students in Fall 2020. A number of strategic planning groups are working together to maximize safety and provide guidelines for doing so. The Cofrin Memorial Arboretum is also expected to be open for public use on July 1.

About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to more than 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. The Green Bay campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most prolific performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, D-I athletics, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay’s main campus is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

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Education Outreach unveils summer 2015 Offerings for Educators

UW-Green Bay Education Outreach is presenting some new and exciting summer 2015 Offerings for Educators as well as a few returning favorites. A variety of online and in-person courses are designed to help teachers, administrators and other professionals obtain the practical education they need to apply research and best practice in the classroom and school environment. Area educators have the opportunity to take courses that span topics from cyber bullying to the ecology and research of monarch butterflies. A new course being offered this summer is “Creating Digital Tools for Teaching, Learning, and Productivity.” Detailed course information with syllabi, cost, and registration details are available online. Read more.
 

UW-Green Bay announces summer 2015 Offerings for Educators

UW-Green Bay Education Outreach is presenting some new and exciting summer 2015 Offerings for Educators as well as a few returning favorites. A variety of online and in-person courses are designed to help teachers, administrators and other professionals obtain the practical education they need to apply research and best practice in the classroom and school environment. Area educators have the opportunity to take courses that span topics from cyber bullying to the ecology and research of monarch butterflies.

A brand new course being offered this summer is “Creating Digital Tools for Teaching, Learning, and Productivity.” Participants will explore free online resources to create numerous tools for use in the classroom to create videos, presentations, interactive rubrics, and more. The use of these tools will help educators to create content and gather, publish, and manage classroom information that they will be able to share.

Educators will also have the opportunity to partake in two courses that focus on social issues in education, “Children and Poverty: Classroom Strategies,” and “Children and Poverty: School and Community Perspectives.” These courses will examine childhood poverty and its impact on student engagement and learning. They will focus on research-based strategies for increasing motivation, effort, and student achievement. Attendees will learn strategies for engaging students and developing a plan for addressing poverty in their educational setting.

Other courses offered for summer 2015 focus on early literacy, science, technology and much more. K-12 educators can choose from such courses as: “Engaging our Youngest Learners in Science,” “Educational Improvisation: Enhancing Creativity in Common Core Classrooms,” and “Using Technology to Enhance Student Writing and Comprehension in the Classroom.” Education Outreach will continue to add more courses, so educators are encouraged to check the full course listings (www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach/) often for the latest updates.

Detailed course information, including syllabi, cost, and registration details, is available online at www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach/. UW-Green Bay courses for educators align with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure. Contact the Education Outreach Office with questions or for more information, at (800) 621-2313, (920) 465-2480 or educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

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Think summer? Yes — registration begins this week

The Student Services Center has sent out a reminder to students that Summer 2014 — or at least registration for the term — arrives Wednesday (Jan. 15). Summer offerings start as early as May 27 and extend as late as Aug. 15, with individual courses staggered across the summer in options including four-, six-, eight- and 10-week sessions. See the general academic calendar.
 

UW-Green Bay offers Spanish Immersion for Professionals summer course

Necesita usted aprender Español?

Do you need to learn Spanish? The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Spanish Immersion for Professionals program can help.

Scheduled for Monday through Friday, Aug. 5-9, at UW-Green Bay, the program will provide an intensive language-learning experience for all levels of Spanish language learners. Registration is due by Monday, July 22.

The Spanish Immersion for Professionals program is designed for professionals such as customer service representatives, call center employees, hospitality workers, social workers, bankers, teachers and health care workers. Along with instruction in language and grammar, courses tailored to health care, education, business, law and travel and leisure will be offered. A substantial online resource component will be part of this program. Students will learn in UW-Green Bay’s high-tech classrooms and will enjoy meals in the University Union facilities.

Students will participate in language classes by skill level. Some English will be spoken in beginner classes. Intermediate and advanced class instruction will be entirely in Spanish. An online pretest will determine a student’s skill level.

Each class day will end with a session on culture and current affairs in the Spanish-speaking world. In late afternoon and evening, participants can choose to join conversation tables hosted by native Spanish speakers, and practice with each other over dinner.

Fees for the program are $400 for noncredit instruction; $689 for two undergraduate credits in Spanish; or $1,035 for two graduate credits in Education. The fees for all three include beverage breaks and lunch each day.

For out-of-town participants, an array of hotel venues is available in close proximity to campus. (See the program’s website for more details.)

Information and registration are available online at www.uwgb.edu/outreach/sip/summer/index.asp or by calling (920) 465-2775 or (800) 621-2313. On campus, information will be made available in registration materials.

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UW-Green Bay offers Arts Enrichment for Adults summer program

Arts Enrichment for Adults, a noncredit program offered at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, is designed for adults with interests in learning new art genres. A wide array of classes will be offered from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday evenings, July 16 – Aug. 13, on the UW-Green Bay campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. Students can choose one class from the following course options:

Jewelry: Create And Embellish Your Own — Want to add pizazz and colorful handmade components to your existing jewelry while learning new techniques? This course will focus primarily on enameling, along with some simple surface embellishments to add to metal pieces. Techniques covered in this workshop include patination, roll printing, etching, and various enameling techniques. Each class will include a demonstration. There will also be plenty of time for students to create their own jewelry statements. All skill levels, from beginner to advanced student, are welcome. Instructor: Kristi Edminster

Exploration With Acrylics — Past and present techniques collide as students explore the realms of realism, abstraction — and everywhere in between. Whether you enjoy a classical approach or one unique to yourself, all avenues of expressions will be encouraged and utilized with acrylics. A fun and friendly environment awaits, where the typical can become the extraordinary with the flick of a brush. Instructor: Jason Keller

Landscape Digital Photography — Are you the next Ansel Adams? In this workshop you will examine photographs of the masters like Adams to discover what makes a good landscape photograph. Instructor and professional photographer Dan Moore will then apply those concepts in the field, using the natural landscape around the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Cofrin Arboretum as your subject matter. Once you have taken your photographs, you will move to the computer lab, where you will learn how to use Photoshop to enhance your images. NOTE: This is NOT a class on digital camera technology. Participants should come to class understanding the basic operation of their digital camera. Instructor: Dan Moore

Ceramics: Wheel Throwing And Hand-Building For Raku Firing — Some say ceramics is their road to creativity. Others say it is their path to relaxation. Whatever your reason for joining Dean Hoegger on this enjoyable and exciting learning adventure, he will guide you on this learning experience. Under the guidance of this professional potter and instructor, you will learn to touch the clay and shape it in a variety of forms. You will learn and use a variety of techniques in wheel throwing and hand-building to create decorative vessels. Instructor: Dean Hoegger

Anyone Can Draw — Does the very thought of drawing intimidate you? Your fears will vanish after studying this fine art during this enjoyable and informative class. Anyone can draw — and this course sets out to prove it. During this popular class you will loosen up through a series of exercises including contour drawing. You will also learn the grid method, a way of transferring your images onto the paper’s surface using a variety of shading techniques and materials — pencil, charcoal, pastel, etc. — to produce a three-dimensional look. You will be instructed in discovering, developing and learning to trust your own personal drawing style, a liberating gift that will serve you well in your artful future.

Book-Making: A One Of A Kind Experience! — In this popular workshop, you will create your own hand-covered book while learning and incorporating techniques used hundreds of years ago. You will learn about and create four different styles of books, paint your own cover designs, experience the joy of success and carry with you the knowledge and skill that will enable you to make your own books at home. Instructor: Kathy Hackbarth

Watercolor Inspirations — Jennifer Boudreau’s watercolor workshop is designed for beginners as well as advanced students. You will learn about your painting tools and how to use them and the affects you can achieve. Techniques you will learn include color mixing and paint control, and how to enlarge your sketches and mask out white desired areas. Creating dominance with the use of hue value and color intensity are the keys to rendering a lovely and successful painting. Workshop atmosphere is relaxed, fun and friendly. You will love being a part of it. Instructor: Jennifer Boudreau

The Arts Enrichment for Adults class fee of $129 covers instruction. Some classes requiring special materials also have a lab fee. Students choose one course that they will focus on during the five-week session.

Sandra Shackelford coordinates the Art Enrichment for Adults Summer Art program. More information and registration is available online at www.uwgb.edu/outreach/artsforadults. The telephone numbers for information are (920) 465-2775 or (800) 621-2313.

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Think summer! Outreach announces Offerings for Educators

In a sure sign of spring, Education Outreach is thinking summer — and preparing for a great lineup of Summer 2013 Offerings for Educators. These research-based courses provide teachers, administrators and other professionals the practical education they need to apply theory and best practice to the classroom and school environment. The courses run throughout the summer, offering a wide variety of face-to-face, blended and online learning formats with various credit and noncredit enrollment options. Popular returning courses include “Communicating and Collaborating with Google Tools” and “Integrating iPads into the Curriculum”; while new offerings include “Introduction to the Next Generation Science Standards for K-8 Teachers” and “What Makes You an Effective Teacher?,” which will help educators demonstrate what they know and employ educational practices that foster students’ growth. More info.

UW-Green Bay Education Outreach announces Summer 2013 Offerings for Educators

UW-Green Bay Education Outreach will present an array of new and returning favorite classes beginning in June as part of its Summer 2013 Offerings for Educators lineup.

The courses run throughout the summer, offering a wide variety of face-to-face, blended and online learning formats with various credit and noncredit enrollment options. Courses will continue to be added as school district requests dictate, so interested educators are encouraged to visit the Education Outreach website (www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach) for the most current class information.

The research-based Offerings for Educators courses provide teachers, administrators and other professionals the practical education they need to apply theory and best practice to the classroom and school environment. Returning favorites for summer include “Communicating and Collaborating with Google Tools,” a highly popular course offering four different enrollment options to best suit the needs of any local educator. Education Outreach also will offer the returning “Integrating iPads into the Curriculum,” a high-interest course that helps educators effectively integrate use of the iPad to support instruction on both a conceptual and practical level.

The Summer 2013 Offerings for Educators also feature several new course options, including “Introduction to the Next Generation Science Standards for K-8 Teachers,” offered in partnership with The Einstein Project and taught by UW-Green Bay Associate Professor of Education Scott Ashmann. Educators also can take the new course, “What Makes You an Effective Teacher?” which will help educators articulate and demonstrate what they know and employ the educational practices that foster students’ intellectual, social and emotional growth.

Detailed course information, including syllabi and cost and registration details, is available online at www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach. UW-Green Bay courses for educators align with Wisconsin standards for teacher and administrator development and licensure. Contact the Education Outreach Office with questions or for more information, at (800) 621-2313, (920) 465-2480 or educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

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