In 1965, the Wisconsin Legislature authorized a new degree-granting campus of the University of Wisconsin for Northeastern Wisconsin, an area of the state served at that time by centers offering freshman and sophomore courses. The city of Green Bay was selected for the new university. The Green Bay center was integrated into the new University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in the fall of 1968, when the first junior and senior level courses were offered at the old Deckner Center on Green Bay’s east side. By fall 1969, it was a new degree-granting university.
The University of Wisconsin at Green Bay offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees from the following colleges and schools:
College of Health, Education and Social Welfare
Austin E. Cofrin School of Business
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Science and Technology
UW-Green Bay offers many learning opportunities completely online, including bachelor degrees, master degrees, and certificates. Online learning at UW-Green Bay is highly interactive and an engaged experience for student and faculty alike. Faculty who teach in these programs receive specialized training for teaching in the online environment.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission