Written by Caelyn Jischke, Senior, Communication, Social Media Intern
A new academic year is upon us! Whether you are looking for ways to get involved on campus, various academic resources, or general questions about UW-Green Bay, faculty and staff are here to help. Below are resources available to all UWGB students to help you succeed.
Looking for registration help or want to explore your major options? Academic Advising works with you and experts in your chosen major to keep you on track! While these advisors are intended for first-year, new transfers, online, or undeclared students, Academic Advising is…
Whether you have lived in Green Bay you entire life or you a Freshman that just moved here, you can always switch up your routine and try something new. Here are some recommendations of fun, moderately priced, covid-friendly endeavors you can embark upon here in Green Bay, Wisconsin from myself and my fellow UWGB students.
College students live very busy lifestyles, and to keep up with those lifestyles… we need coffee. One of my favorite places to stop is Daily Buzz. Junior, Lydia Burg likes Daily Buzz because “…it’s a great place to study and hang out with your friends…
List inspired by Healthy Choices Task Force Bulletin Board & Compiled by Caelyn Jischke (Junior, Communication), Social Media Assistant, Marketing & University Communication
UW-Green Bay students face a difficult learning transition for their Fall 2020 semester, amidst the world-wide pandemic, COVID-19. While our faculty, staff and leadership are working their hardest to maintain a safe environment on campus, there are precautions everyone must follow to ensure their safety is maintained. Wearing a mask is important, and so is keeping them clean! …
Check off these #VirtualUWGB experiences
As this unique semester comes to a close, here’s a bucket list for you to make the most of and fully experience alternative delivery.
1.Participate in a virtual programming event from the Office of Student Life. From bingo to crafting, feel a sense of community by working on the same projects or connecting with fellow students through virtual events and hang outs. See all of the Office of Student Life’s virtual programming.
Due to COVID-19, UW-Green Bay classes have moved to alternative delivery. Change can be hard, especially in stressful times. Here are some tips and tricks to staying motivated and productive for the duration of your alternative learning schedule!
Written by Shelby Smith, Social Media Intern
UW-Green Bay strives to offer personalized resources for all students to ensure they feel supported and cared for. Struggling to find your way on campus, want to get involved or have questions about UWGB? Check out these resources:
Academic Advising offers advising to first year, new transfers and undeclared students. Academic support and information is provided through individual and group sessions, to help you decide your major, career path and how to navigate picking classes. If you have questions and would like to meet with your assigned Academic Advisor, please call…
Winter in Green Bay can be harsh — Green Bay hasn’t been deemed the “Frozen Tundra” for nothing, but winter at UW-Green Bay is full of opportunity! Here are a few tips and tricks for making the most out of your Green Bay winter:
UW-Green Bay academic buildings are connected by a concourse system — the tunnels. Walk comfortably from class to class without piling on the layers! UW-Green Bay’s tunnels are the perfect way to survive winter.
by Shelby Smith, Social Media Intern
Midterms are here and finals are just around the corner. Here’s some of the best spots on campus to cram for that big test or just study with friends!
Common Grounds Coffeeshop — Grab a latte and a study session at Common Grounds. The coffeeshop is a great environment to get work done, but also spend time with friends.
Each floor in the Cofrin Library offers multiple spaces and rooms to accommodate noise level needs, to help you rock those papers, exams, and projects.
Autumn has made its way to Green Bay! Fall is full of fun activites for all UW-Green Bay students. Here is a list of my favorite fall activities near or on campus:
1. Hillside Apple Orchard — A short drive from campus takes you to Hillside Apples, located in Casco, WI. At Hillside you can pick your own apples, pumpkins, and even take a tractor ride! Pick all the apples you want for only $0.75 per pound, pumpkins are $0.15 per pound too. Hillside is the perfect place for all your fall Instagram photoshoots!
2. Visit Common Grounds — Stop…
Back-to-school is in the air. Before you return to campus for another great academic year, catch up on some of the things you missed over the summer by viewing the top Instagram posts from UWGB’s Instagram: