In 2010, Amber (Kaufman) Myszka stepped onto the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus as a freshman to kick off her college career. A Marinette local, Myszka knew the value of her community and made the easy choice to stay in her hometown. We sat down to ask Amber all about her experience at the Marinette Campus, and what she’d do differently if she had the chance.
We’re in a time where we are asked to stay far apart, but it’s also a time where we need to be closer than ever. Virtually at least. We’ve been hearing the phrase, “This is our new normal,” a lot lately. This is our new normal, for now, and some of us have been in denial about it. Some moments I’ve been having so much fun that I appreciate it and miss it before it’s over. Other times I have been reminded of memories that I’ve taken for granted. I am sure we all have. But never did I think I would be asked to imagine or LIVE a day where even going to the gym, the park or a friend’s house for a few hours would be taken for granted. Everyday casual activities are being limited in a matter of minutes leaving us bored at home. We took something as simple as a human touch for granted. Continue reading In a Time of Uncertainty
SheVegas. Sheboygan. Home. Whatever you call it, home is a wonderful place to be – so why not stay for college too? In addition to the significant cost savings, there is a heap of reasons to call this charming and quirky city your home for just a little longer. So, pause what you know about Sheboygan and the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus and reimagine yourself here. Continue reading Reimagine UW-Green Bay’s Sheboygan Campus
School. Work. Volleyball. Repeat.
That’s the life of UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus freshman Sierra Pugh. A dedicated student-athlete, Sierra decided to move from Washburn, Wisconsin to start her college journey and continue her athletic career. The Marinette Campus gave her an opportunity to do both! Hard work is nothing new to Pugh – and both her major and sport require it.
Just minutes away from the Lake Michigan shores, UW-Green Bay’s Sheboygan campus is a city highlight on a hilltop – 70 acres of wildlife, technology, and fun waiting to be explored. The ever-evolving industries of our area provide Sheboygan campus students with a unique landscape from which to begin their college journey. Whether it’s academic, athletic or art-filled – the Sheboygan campus has something for everyone!
Sitting on 40 acres of Lake Michigan coastline, UW-Green Bay’s Manitowoc campus is part of one of the nation’s most respected university systems. With an average class size of just 16, professors are able to engage with students on a personal level and guide them towards their goals for the future. There’s more to the Manitowoc campus, however than just outstanding academia; make yourself familiar with the top five must-sees of the Manitowoc campus.
When presented with other options, staying near your hometown for college doesn’t always seem like the right choice – but there’s more to that little hometown than you think. Take some time to reimagine Marinette; the campus, the city and all it has to offer you as you get ready for the next chapter of your life. Let’s start with the city.
So, you’re interested in the Marinette campus – welcome! Until a time when we can meet you physically, we’d love to show you around virtually! Here are the fun-filled places that you’ll find on UW-Green Bay’s Marinette campus.
Situated on the shores of Lake Michigan, Manitowoc is a beautiful and welcoming community – but you already know that! Just like the city itself, the UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus is full of fun and fulfilling connections just waiting for you to take advantage of. Step outside of what you think you know about Manitowoc and take a look at things you might be missing out on!
Meghan Finger has always been a well-rounded and ultra-involved student. She took AP classes in high school, played piano at her church for years and worked at a local nursing home as a receptionist. It’s no surprise then that nothing changed when she started college.