Tagged: University Union

Winter Break On-Campus Dining Options

Winter Break On-Campus Dining Options

Common Grounds Coffeehouse Open Monday – Friday | 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Enjoy coffee drinks, Frappuccinos, bakery items, and your other favorite items. Bottled beverages, chips, snacks and other grab & go items are...

Digital signage rises to highlight Sheboygan Campus

Congratulations to all the campus partners who worked to get new digital signage on Interstate 43, highlighting the Sheboygan Campus. UW-Green Bay branding and academic programs will take center stage with thousands of cars...

OZZI containers are back on Green Bay Campus

OZZI To-Go containers are back. Please note that updates have been made to the program. All faculty & staff are eligible for one free OZZI token at the University Ticketing & Information Center. If you used...

Faculty and Staff Fast Plans are back

Faculty and Staff Fast Plans are back

The 2021-2022 FAST plans are now available! More information regarding the FAST plan options can be found here. Plans can be purchased by either completing the payroll deduct form. (See the FAST Meal Plan Deduction Request) or stopping...

UW-Green Bay posts dining and building hours

UW-Green Bay posts dining and building hours

The Garden Cafe will be open this semester. See the locations and hours for the Fall 2021 Semester and modes of ordering and delivery of the Garden Cafe, Common Grounds, GB late Night, Virtual Market...

University ID Services upgrade is June 24-25

University ID Services upgrade is June 24-25

University ID Services will be going through a Transact (formerly Blackboard) upgrade Thursday, June 24 & Friday, June 25. Services will be modified as indicated below. Pass Points deposits cannot be completed at the...

Green Bay Campus mourns passing of Rachel Wussow

Green Bay Campus mourns passing of Rachel Wussow

UW-Green Bay mourns the passing of Rachel Wussow, probably best known for managing the Phoenix Club and the marketing and promotions for the University Union. She started her employment at the University Union as the...