Green Bay Preble High School student Drew is part of Rising Phoenix, a program that allows high school juniors and seniors to finish their high school diploma and earn an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree simultaneously. So, what does “dual enrollment” in high school and college look like for Drew?
Students transfer between colleges for a variety of different reasons, but ultimately, your education is just that – YOURS! Finding a path that fits your personal, educational, financial, and career goals are all important factors in considering whether or not to transfer, and where to. When considering transferring, keep these things in mind. Continue reading How to Transfer Colleges
What are they like? Do college dorms have bathrooms?
These seem to be the questions running through students’ minds as they embark on the journey of finding the college they will attend. It can be nerve-wracking, moving away from your home and settling into a college dorm for the first time. Though it can be stressful, there are ways to avoid the stress of finding a space that works best for you!
Life seems to make us believe that we must have it all figured out – including when it comes to your college major. It can be daunting to decide what you want to do for the rest of your life, especially for high school students. We’re here to tell you it’s okay to pump the brakes. You don’t have to know what your end goal is yet.
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.
Cost of attendance and scholarship information varies according to several factors for UW-Green Bay students. For international students, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay requires certification of adequate financial support from all students with non-immigrant visas. A financial support statement and letter from the bank will be required of all students and/or sponsors. All fees are subject to change without notice. Fees are based on estimates and will be updated upon your arrival. All amounts are given in US dollars. Continue reading International Students: Costs and Scholarships
International students applying to UW-Green Bay are required to submit an English proficiency test score. Students have a number of options for the scores that they can provide. Students must submit ONE of the following tests: Continue reading International Students: Providing Test Scores
For transfer international students, there are a few specific materials required in your application. Students must submit the online UW System application, secondary school transcripts, English proficiency score, and financial documents.
Please use the checklists and documents below, based on where you are currently living. Continue reading International Students: Materials for My Transfer Application