About This CampusUW-Green Bay is a mid-size public university (approx. 7,200 students) located in the 3rd largest city in Wisconsin. The university is known for environmental and sustainability programs as well as business, education, and new engineering initiatives. With branch campuses along the shores of Lake Michigan and its location on Green Bay, the university is an ideal location for research and connections with businesses and the surrounding communities.
Campus highlights include a new STEM and Engineering building, new majors or emphases in Water Science, Film & Media Studies, Environmental Humanities, and Mechanical Engineering we are on the forefront of what is needed in our communities. Students can get involved in many campus projects, including our Viking House for history buffs!
Location InformationThe campus is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a perfect mid-size city offering many amenities. Green Bay has numerous recreational, outdoor and sporting activities available in both the community and campus. Students will find plenty of opportunities for involvement in our area. It is also located just south of the Door County are which is one of the most beautiful destinations in the Midwest.
Helpful InformationIt is recommended that students live on campus, however it is not required. If students choose to live off campus. It would be recommended to have a car as Green Bay public transportation is limited.