Student Resources

UW-Green Bay offers a wide variety of services to help support all aspects of our students’ wellbeing and success.


When in Doubt, Go to…

Student Services Center | (920) 465-2111

Have questions about advising, financial aid, admissions, or registering for classes? Contact the Student Services Center – if their staff don’t know the answer, they will connect you with the right people or resources to get you the information you need. Send them an email, give them a call, or live chat with a member of their team. The Student Services Center is open on weekdays from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Manitowoc, Marinette, and Sheboygan campuses each have their own dedicated Office of Student Services as well where you can take your questions about a wide range of topics, from advising and financial aid to student engagement.

Phoenix Cares

Phoenix Cares is the place to go if you are concerned about another student or if you need assistance yourself. The site lists resources available for academic support, childcare, finances (including emergency grants), mental health, food/clothing/housing needs, sexual assault, Title IX, bias/hate incident reporting, social support services, and more.

Academic & Career Support

Advising | 920-465-2111

Advising is an important resource for addressing academic questions. All students have an assigned professional advisor who can help them select a major or minor, register for classes, manage their course load, review academic plans, and successfully navigate college. Once you declare a major, you may also have a faculty mentor in your major to help you explore internships, research opportunities, and graduate options. You can find the name and contact information for your specific professional advisor and faculty mentor in Student Information System (SIS).

Career Planning & Professional Connections | (920) 465-2163 | Schedule Appointment using Navigate

Career Planning & Professional Connections provides assistance with exploring major and career options, gaining work-based learning experiences, and preparing for success after graduation, including seeking postgraduate employment and applying to graduate or professional schools. They can also connect you with resources on student employment and help you navigate Handshake, a platform for connecting current students and alumni with part-time and full-time jobs and internships.

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) | (920) 465-2841

Student Accessibility Services works with students who have documented disabilities to provide academic and housing accommodations, which are designed to remove barriers and ensure equal access. Apply for academic or housing accommodations or connect with their office to learn more.

The Learning Center | (920) 465-2958

The Learning Center provides students with a range of free academic support services, including writing assistance, academic success coaching, and course-specific tutoring for a variety of classes. You can use Navigate to schedule in-person or online appointments with Tutors and Academic Success Coaches. Supplemental online tutoring is available by appointment and on-demand through NetTutor, linked in the Canvas course menu. If you need assistance, contact us by email or phone, or visit us at the Cofrin Library Plaza, room 207.

UW-Green Bay Libraries | (920) 465-2540

The UW-Green Bay Libraries offer a quality collection of journals, books, government documents, newspapers, along with various media. Librarians are available to assist with research strategies, citations, and requests for materials from other libraries.  At each library location, you will find quiet study areas, podcasting technology, laptops, and other loanable equipment. Visit their website to view the contact info and building hours for each campus location.

Community & Campus Life

Campus Maps

Not sure where to find something? Follow the links below to check out maps for each campus, as well as instructions for getting to campus by bus or car. Clicking the map at the top of each page will open a detailed interactive view where you can learn more about the buildings and some of the key rooms and services located inside.

Dean of Students | (920) 465-2152

The Dean of Students Office strives to cultivate a safe and inclusive environment for academic and personal growth by assisting with students’ questions, concerns, and needs. This office is where students go if they have a sudden illness or a death in the family that means missing several days of class, if they have a complex problem they want to talk through, or if they feel as though they are not sure where to turn. Visit their FAQ page for more info.

Education Center for First Nations Studies

Wood Hall 410, Green Bay campus

The Education Center for First Nations Studies welcomes all to their space that is designed to “foster the renewal of Indigenous ways of knowing and being across the University both formally and informally inside and outside of the classroom.” Drop by the Center to learn more about their resources related to Indigenous education and visit with Indigenous Elders, knowledge bearers, and Indigenous faculty & staff.

Housing & Residential Education | (920) 465-2040

Housing & Residential Education is your resource for questions about living on campus, joining a residential community, and student employment opportunities in residence halls. UWGB offers a selection of both shared and private styles of housing, a variety of resident services and amenities, and fun and enriching community events.

Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) | (920) 465-2522

The Multicultural Resource Center provides services and activities that promote the academic success, personal growth, and development of underrepresented student groups with multi-ethnic and/or racial backgrounds. The MRC also conducts educational programs for all students that enhance learning through the promotion of respect and appreciation of racial and ethnic diversity.

Pride Centers | (920) 465-2167

There are Pride Centers on all four UW-Green Bay campuses and a Pride Center meeting space for student-athletes and allies in the Kress Center. Their goal is to provide an environment for LGBTQIA+ people and their allies that is welcoming, safe, and supportive. They are also a resource for questions and concerns and for Safe Ally training, and they sponsor events, including an annual Lavender Graduation.

Student Engagement Center | (920) 465-2720

The Student Engagement Center supports student development, success, and learning by helping students explore their interests and create their own unique college experiences. Connect with their office to learn more about campus events and activities, student organizations and fraternities & sororities, leadership development, programs for new students, and community service.

University Dining

University Dining provides a variety of dining options including an all-you-care-to-eat dining experience with an allergen-friendly station, breakfast sandwiches, sushi, pizza, subs, smoothies, melts, and more! Students can sign up for a free GrubHub+ Student Membership. Other dining options include a coffeehouse, cafe, convenience store, and several vending options, along with a dining app for mobile orders for convenient pick-up and delivery to on-campus housing buildings.

Students can visit or email with questions about meal plans, accommodations, or dining options.

University Police & Public Safety

The University Police help keep our campuses safe and running smoothly. On their website, you can find information about parking (including how to purchase a parking permit), crime prevention, filing a police report, and more.

Veteran’s Services | 920-465-2111

Veteran’s Services provides information on benefits and services for U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard veterans, including financial aid and credit for military experience. They may also be of assistance to veterans’ dependents and to those on active duty.

Enrollment & Financial Services

Campus Cupboard & Clothes Closet

The goal of the Campus Cupboard & Clothes Closet is to provide support for students and employees to meet basic food, cleaning, and personal hygiene needs due to financial challenges or a personal/family emergency that otherwise would be unmet. Clothing in the Campus Closet is available for all; keep in mind that this resource is shared by all campus members, so please select items that you will use. The Campus Cupboards and Clothes Closet are located on each of the four campus locations: Green Bay,  ManitowocMarinette, and Sheboygan.

Financial Aid | (920) 465-2111

Financial Aid provides year-round assistance to students and their families who are seeking financial resources to help cover educational expenses. Their office can help you with questions regarding student loans, grants and scholarships, veterans benefits, and work-study programs.

ID Services

Your University ID serves as your official university identification. It can also be used to check out materials from the UW-Green Bay libraries, access specific campus buildings or rooms, or to make purchases with Phlash Cash at certain vendors both on and off campus. Deposit funds to your Phlash Cash account online via the eAccounts portal.

Registrar | (920) 465-2111

The Registrar is the university’s official record keeper. On their website, you can browse course catalogs, view the academic calendar, order transcripts, and find forms for a variety of record and enrollment-related requests, including adding or dropping a course late, substituting a course, or submitting a name change, etc. You can also contact them for questions about AP, IB, Credit for Prior Learning, and transfer credit.

Student Billing Resources | (920) 465-2224

Student Billing Resources is the place to go if you have questions about charges, payments, due dates, or refunds. Their site also contains resources for setting up your payment methods, checking payment deadlines, and understanding your tuition and fees.

Health & Wellness

UREC & Fitness Center | (920) 465-2449

UREC (University Recreation) provides students with a variety of free and discounted fitness classes, intramurals, events, and outdoor recreation. Full-time Green Bay campus students also have free year-round access to the Kress Events Center which includes a weight room, multiple gyms, a pool, and more.

Wellness Center & Counseling | (920) 465-2380

The Wellness Center is students’ primary resource for mental health servicesmedical services, and general well-being. These services are available to students across all four locations and at low or no cost.


YOU at UWGB is a free and confidential interactive web resource designed to help students manage their wellness from multiple angles, including academic and career success, physical and mental health, and finding purpose and a sense of belonging. YOU can help you identify areas you want to improve, set goals, and connect you with campus resources to meet your goals.

Tools & Technology


Canvas, UWGB’s learning management system, functions as an online platform where you can engage with course materials, submit assignments, and view grades and feedback. Students can access 24/7 Canvas support by clicking the “Help” button in the Global Navigation Menu located along the left edge of any page in Canvas. You can also browse frequently asked questions in the Canvas student guide or learn the basics by enrolling in a self-paced Canvas orientation course.

EAB Navigate

Navigate is a student success management platform that allows students to connect with a support network of faculty and staff. Instructors participate in progress reports as a way to acknowledge your class achievements and to connect you with student success staff who can offer additional support and resources. If you haven’t already downloaded the Navigate App, you can search ‘Navigate’ in the App or Google Play Store and use your UWGB email username and password.

Green Bay Information Technology (GBIT) Service Desk | (920) 465-2309

GBIT is the single point of contact resource for all things IT. There are GBIT students and employees at every campus location as they work with technological tools and programs. Contact the GBIT Service Desk for all your technology needs and questions. For information on how to do a function on campus, or commonly asked questions, students are invited to explore the self-service GBIT “UKnowIT” Knowledge Base.

Student Information System (SIS)

The Student Information System (SIS) can be accessed using your UWGB login and password. You will find a great deal of information there, from the identity of your professional advisor and your registration date to financial information. SIS is also used to register for classes and to view final semester grades. If you have issues logging in, contact GBIT. For help navigating SIS and completing various tasks, the UWGB website has some guides for students, or you can contact GBOSS for further support.