In this photo a young man raises a wall of water as he turns his slalom ski perpendicular to the toe rope. Do you know who this is, when this photo was taken, and if he’s water skiing competitively or for diversion? Please share your knowledge, comments and memories below.
This photo shows four people in water up to their necks. Three of them, presumably students, are wearing scuba/snorkeling gear. Do you know who these people are, when this photo was taken, or anything else about this photo? Please share your memories below.
This photo shows a springtime scene from 1974 in which two students walk on a path with the Studio Arts and Theatre Hall buildings in the background behind them. Do you have any memories or information to share about this photo? We invite you to comment in the field below.
This photo, dating back to 1987, shows four students shopping in the university bookstore when it was located in the plaza level of the Cofrin Library. Please share any comments or memories this photo might stir up in the field below.
This is an aerial photo of campus taken from over the waters of the Bay of Green Bay. As your eye follows the dock to the shore, you’ll notice canoes on the grass near the boat launch and sailboats further in. Campus buildings are visible along the horizon, including the Cofrin Library flanked by Rose and Wood Hall on the right and Studio Arts and Theatre Hall on the left. Do you know anything about this photo? Please share your memories in the comment field below.
Enjoy the beautiful weather with like people who care about UW-Green Bay student success. Join us at Royal Scot Golf Course in New Franken, Friday, June 11 as we golf for scholarships. Get your groups together and your clubs ready.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.; shot-gun starts at 10 a.m. Cost is $80 per golfer/$320 per foursome and proceeds benefit student scholarships.
Enjoy 18 holes of golf, refreshments, lunch, hole events, putting contests, raffles, post golf hors d’oeuvres reception, power carts and more! Teams will play a four-person scramble format. Prizes will be awarded to the team with the lowest scores and handicap winners.
Contact the Alumni Office at email@example.com or (920) 465-2586 for more information.
Registration form [pdf]
Short-Term Medical Insurance:
GradMed short-term medical insurance is an ideal choice for new graduates or alumni between jobs. After graduation, many students lose their health insurance coverage under their parents’ plans, making them vulnerable to high health care costs.
GradMed provides protection from the major expenses associated with an accident or unexpected illness, providing coverage while job searching or waiting for new employee benefits to begin.
Click here to learn more about GradMed.
Health Insurance, Life Insurance and Financial Planning:
The UW-Green Bay Alumni Association has partnered with American Insurance Administrators to offer graduates and friends of the University group life insurance, health insurance and financial service plans that can protect you for a lifetime. This offering includes GradMed short-term health insurance—great for new grads and other alumni between jobs.
AIA has been working with colleges and universities, for the benefit of graduates, since 1978. For more information, visit the Alumni Insurance Program Web site.
Auto and Home Insurance:
The UW-Green Bay Alumni Association has partnered with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company to offer a program called Group Savings Plus®, which provides discounts on auto and homeowners insurance to our graduates. Click on Liberty Mutual Insurance to learn more about this great opportunity for savings on insurance and to contact a representative near you. Be sure to identify yourself as a UW-Green Bay alumni to receive an additional discount.