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- High School Requirements
Specific Credit Requirements Credits Subjects 4
Mathematics: algebra, geometry, and at least one additional credit of advanced college-prep math.
Core Academic Electives: Additional units beyond the minimums listed above in English, math, science, and social studies. Foreign languages, including ASL, are considered Core Academic Electives.
Other Electives: From the areas listed above, or fine arts, computer science, business, family and consumer education, and other academic, career, and technical areas.
NOTE: Please note that these are minimum standards. Most incoming freshmen exceed these minimums by a significant amount. Rigor is an important factor in the admission decision, and applicants who exceed these minimums will have an advantage in the admission process.
- Admission Guidelines
All applicants receive a comprehensive review, considering all factors that influence a student’s skills, motivation and readiness to learn. We value the academic achievements, activities, involvement, and the hardships or successes that students disclose. Letters of recommendation are highly encouraged for students who may be close to meeting the profile of an admitted student or have unique circumstances that impacted their academic performance.
Profile of Admitted Students Criteria Middle 50% GPA
Official ACT/SAT score reports, received directly from the testing agency, are required prior to an admission decision being made.
- Priority Deadline
- Rolling deadline
- Statement 1
- Tell us about your academic and personal achievements. What have you learned from your successes and/or challenges, and how will this influence you as you pursue your college education?
- Accept ACT/SAT Score on Official High School Transcript
- Application Fee
- Letter of Recommendation Required?
UW-Green Bay offers a variety of majors, minors, certificates, and graduate programs. Learn more about UW-Green Bay’s academic offerings.
- In-State Tuition and Fees (annual)
- Out-of-State Tuition (annual)
- Minnesota Reciprocity Tuition (annual)
- Campus Scholarship Links
- UW-Green Bay Scholarship Information
- FAFSA Priority Filing Date
- January 15
Living on Campus
Tours are held Monday-Friday at 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Saturday and evening tours are available throughout the year. Check uwgb.edu/visit for dates.
Register for tours or Campus Preview Days at UW-Green Bay’s website.
Student Services Links
- Division I
- UW-Green Bay Athletics