Congrats! Those first steps of writing essays, paying application fees and sending transcripts are done. Phew! Now you can sit back, relax and wait for those acceptance packets to start rolling in, right? Wait, don’t start relaxing yet! We know you are the type of incoming freshmen who wants to graduate with less debt—so listen up. Now is the perfect time to begin growing your understanding of the Financial Aid world. We are here to guide you through the months between applying to college and receiving Federal Financial Aid to go to college. So what can you do now to help better understand the “ticket price” of your future education? Continue reading Graduate from college with less debt…do your homework!
Phew, getting in was the first big step toward coming to college. What’s next you ask? Well, we have tried to make it as simple as we can. We have a checklist for freshman and transfer students entering UWGB in Fall of 2012.
Also, join our UWGB class of 2016 on Facebook to get connected and ask questions of your fellow classmates.
Once again, congratulations on your acceptance and GO PHOENIX!
No worries! I’m here to help. I’ve read a lot of application statements and I’ve collected some tips on how to complete the statements with ease:
1) Write it in a format that allows for spell check. Trust me people. We are spell check babies, we need it. The UW-System application doesn’t have spell check in it. Don’t free type in the statements…we see way too many spelling mishaps! Continue reading Stressing over the application statements?
Can you feel it? The excitement is building. In one week, the entire freshmen class will be coming to campus to move in to housing and attend FOCUS Orientation. This is my favorite time of year. People are checking out where their classrooms are, getting their books and materials for class, meeting new people and running into old friends. Everything is building to the first day of class. Continue reading Back to School Time
What is Psi Chi?
Psi Chi is an organization at UW Green Bay for Psychology and Human Development majors and minors. The mission of Psi Chi is to produce ethical, well-educated, and socially responsible members who are committed to enhancing the science of psychology in their professional and daily lives, for the benefit of society. Continue reading An Opportunity for Human Dev or Psych Major/Minors
It’s a gorgeous day, the sun is shining, and billowy white clouds are floating in the sky. Walking on my way to Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, I see two squirrels running to the nearest tree. Speaking of trees, there are certainly a lot of them. Taking a walk through campus almost feels like a day at the park; sprawling green grasses can be seen everywhere, and wildlife dashes before your eyes. The air smells like summer; crisp, fresh and inviting. However, I doubt anyone will find a Shoe Tree in any local park! The Shoe Tree is definitely unique to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Continue reading A day in the life of a UWGB student- written by Gina Durkee
I have been giving tours at UWGB for almost 3 years. It’s a similar routine; we see the remarkable view of campus from the eighth floor of the library, wander the Kress Events Center, and make a stop in a residence hall to show off our famous personal bathrooms. Why would I love giving a tour of a campus I see every day? The easy answer is because every person I meet on a tour makes me feel even better about choosing UWGB. Continue reading And over here we have….your future. by Amy Manske
Move-in Day 2010
When will you embark on the tradition, and what will your parting message be?
Each year seniors commemorate their graduation by knotting the laces of a worn pair of sneakers and lofting them high into the branches of a campus landmark, the Shoe Tree. The origins of this custom remain a mystery. No one knows who started it but everyone has a tale to tell about it. Continue reading The legend of the shoe tree
From “Bay Badger” to “Fighting Phoenix”
1970 – As UW-Green Bay prepared to graduate its first class of seniors and conclude its first year of intercollegiate competition, it was decided to cut the cord with the flagship parent campus in Madison and adopt our own emblem. UW-Green Bay decided to send the water-skiing version of Bucky Badger on a permanent vacation. Continue reading How did we become the Phoenix?