University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is part of the University of Wisconsin System, a system with 13 university campuses and 13 two-year colleges. UW-Green Bay offers a wide array of undergraduate liberal arts and pre-professional programs and select masters level programs built upon the university's undergraduate strengths. UW-Green Bay emphasizes an interdisciplinary academic approach that offers opportunities for applied, hands-on learning. The University stresses critical thinking and examining issues from multiple perspectives. By doing so, it prepares students for the jobs of today and tomorrow, and also prepares students to become informed, active citizens. UW-Green Bay promotes the interchange of ideas between the University and community through internships and continuing education and by fulfilling its role as an intellectual, economic and cultural resource. The University encourages teaching excellence and innovation, community service, and racial and ethnic diversity.

Total Students Enrolled:

7,926 in 2011

+5% (2009)

Total Degrees Awarded:

1,214 in 2011

+19% (2009)

Average Tuition & Fees:

7,282 in 2011


+10% (2009)

14,855 in 2011


+5% (2009)

General Information

2420 Nicolet Dr

Green Bay, WI 54311-7001

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(920) 465-2000

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City: Midsize

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Not applicable

Admissions & Student Information
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1 - 2 of 2 Programs

Program Name Location Degree Level Test Required Required Credits (Cost Per Unit)
Nursing Hybrid Bachelor's Yes 120 credits($452 per credit)
Nursing–Professional Program in Nursing Hybrid Bachelor's No 60 credits($385 per credit)