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
Category: Transfer Students
Transfer Students: What Materials Do I Send?
In addition to your online application, UW-Green Bay requires official transcripts from any college or technical school you have attended since graduating high school. Please note, transcripts that are emailed or faxed are not considered official for admission purposes. Official transcripts can be sent to:
UW-Green Bay Admissions
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311
Application advice blogs were created by the admissions experts at UW-Green Bay to help you in your application process.
Transfer Student: Admissions Guidelines
All transfer applications to UW-Green Bay receive a comprehensive review. Admission decisions are based on transfer GPA, the number of credits earned, rigor and breadth of curriculum, and other predictors of success. Generally, students with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above (on at least 15 completed transferable credits) have the highest likelihood of admission. Based on the comprehensive review, students with less competitive academic records may be placed on a waiting list. Continue reading Transfer Student: Admissions Guidelines
Accepted to UWGB-Now What?
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!
We all hear about it, but I didn’t experience it until this semester, and boy did it hit me like a ton of bricks! Sophomore slump is in full force for me and I know it can be extremely difficult to overcome if you don’t have the proper tools to avoid it. It’s all the same, whether it be my sophomore slump or your high school ‘senioritis’ (which can also be a nasty bug to catch!), all the motivation to do well in school is totally lost. Students say they often feel depressed or confused, with no motivation or desire to go to class or do homework. Sound familiar? If so, you’ve caught the bug! Here are some homemade remedies just for you… Continue reading Sophomore Slump