In “How to Afford College”, we broke down how to determine your cost of attendance, seeking family contributions, and the types of grants that students can apply for. So, you found out your general ballpark cost and asked for help. Where do you go from there?
“Can I afford college?” “I don’t want a lot of debt.” “Is this too much to take on?”
Paying for college is a big question for many students who are getting ready to start their higher education journey. While looking at the dollar signs of your top college choices can be intimidating, it doesn’t need to stop you from getting an education. There are several steps you can take to lessen the hit on your wallet, without sacrificing academic integrity.
We know that you have plenty of questions that you’d like answered and sometimes, hearing it from an admissions counselor just doesn’t cut it. Enter Ben. Ben Dresdow, a student ambassador at UW-Green Bay, can answer nearly any question that you have about student life or attending UW-Green Bay. Here are his answers to some of the most common questions.
As the situation with COVID-19 continues to change, so do our adjustments and accommodations for prospective students. Here at UW-Green Bay, we’re striving to remove as many barriers as possible for you – and the students you serve. From programming options and counselor resources to our new student portal, we’re working hard every day to bring higher education to as many students as possible. Continue reading From the Director’s Desk – Spring 2021
At UW-Green Bay, high-impact experiences – the ones that set students up for success – are our bread and butter. Hands-on and in-the-field work are the backbone of students’ education while attending any of UW-Green Bay’s campuses, but one student, in particular, has really taken advantage of the opportunities she’s had access to. Continue reading How Kayley Launched Her Research Career from the Marinette Campus