There are a few things that make up a well-rounded university, superior academics, decorated athletics, and a famous mascot.
For many, going to college has been challenging because it is another four-year commitment, a financial liability, and complicated courses. The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB) is an institution where people can come back to school with others just like them. Not everyone is able to go to college right out of high school, so this provides someone with a more accessible transition into college.
UW-Green Bay introduces a new lifting club on campus at the Kress Events Center.
It is that time of year when voters receive all the political text messages and television advertisements. The election is just around the corner, and it is important for students to know their options when it comes to voting.
The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB) celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a full month of activities.
University Recreation (UREC) is seeking students to join intramural for their second round of sign-ups.
Maybe students have heard of the “UWGB Goes to the Movies” series, but maybe they haven’t. The event was popular a few years ago, then was halted due to the pandemic. CheapSeats was another option for students to stay on campus to catch a movie. The latter did not attract as many moviegoers and is not taking place this fall semester, so the Student Engagement Center is looking to bring back UWGB Goes to the Movies.
When it comes to eating out on campus at UWGB, it is simple to say that the options are quite limited. There’s the Green Bay Grill if UWGB members and visitors want traditional fried food, the main dining hall for a variety of buffet-style meals, and the sub shop for something a bit lighter. There have not been wide varieties in terms of the food offered on campus. Thankfully, that has changed with the newest restaurant on campus, CRAVE!
College students are notorious for consuming caffeine to help give them the necessary energy to stay afloat in college.
Below are three more success stories about students who’ve broken the stigma surrounding UWGB’s branch campuses and proven the aforementioned community college stereotypes to be untrue.