According to an article by Investopedia, fifty-four percent of U.S. college students take on debt from student loans to pay for their higher education. Scholarships are a helpful yet time-consuming way to offset the expense of furthering your education. Applying for scholarships is highly recommended. It can sometimes be challenging to know where to start.
All four University of Wisconsin- Green Bay campuses display a “What You Were Wearing” exhibit to commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
COMM Week 2021 was completely virtual this year. It was held from March 30th to April 1st, 2021. The newly renovated virtual COMM Week went as planned.
Endurance, strength, passion, and 189 climbs to the top of the rock tower.
Attending a four-year university after high school is not the only route to a Bachelor’s Degree. Their aspirations and priorities shift their sight onto changing schools partway through their college journey for some students.
Studying abroad is a chance to meet new people, explore different cultures, and develop new language skills. However, 2020 was unlike any other year for students hoping to study abroad. Like virtually everything else, the study abroad experience has been heavily impacted by the recent COVID-19 pandemic, especially for students attending the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB).
Spring Break looked incredibly different before COVID-19 hit the United States. Students have had to decide, lately, whether it is in their best interest to continue with their travel plans.
Physical activity can help college students get involved, relieve stress, and have fun. UWGB is a large campus with many different ways to get active. For example, during the warmer months students have access to great outdoor trails that can be used for walking, running, or biking. The trails are a great way to get outside and to get moving. Indoor activities are offered at the Kress year round with personal and group fitness options. The Kress is open to everybody that is looking to get active and offers the proper tools and equipment to help do so.
“Valuing differences in all individuals and understanding all individuals makes our society stronger. We can accomplish so much more together,” says Linda Peacock-Landrum, director of Career Planning and Placement at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay (UWGB). Human beings can create a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment in school, work, and home life.
The kick-off event for the 6:30 Concert Series hosted by the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Music Department and Common CAHSS was live-streamed on the UWGB Music YouTube Channel on Monday, March 8. David Voelker, a professor of Humanities and History at UW-Green Bay, opened the event by rethinking our relationship with the living planet—a process that seems absolutely critical to moving beyond sustainability into an ecological future.