The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay invites inquires, nominations and applications for the position of vice chancellor for university inclusivity and student affairs. This position will be a pivotal professional role for a talented, innovative leader who will link the institution to the growing 16 county region it serves. The Green Bay community has seen population growth and diversification which has resulted in the local K-12 school district experiencing a majority minority student population for the first time in its history. UW-Green Bay is well positioned to be a campus of inclusion that serves its region and the changing demographic of its citizens.

This vice chancellor will join UW-Green Bay at an exciting time as the campus welcomes the seventh chancellor of the institution. This new leadership team will build upon the successes of recent years, including four consecutive years of enrollment increases and the creation of 20 new academic majors. The chancellor-elect will participate in the search after finalists are announced to the campus.

The Position


The vice chancellor serves as both the head of university inclusivity and as the senior student affairs officer and reports directly to the chancellor. As a member of the chancellor’s cabinet, this position will provide leadership in developing collaborative, intentional strategies to support an institutional commitment to diversity, inclusion, and educational opportunity at all levels. The vice chancellor will provide strategic vision and leadership for a comprehensive student affairs portfolio including the dean of students office, residence life, the student life office, counseling and health services, university recreation, multi-ethnic student affairs, the Pride Center, and the university union.

The vice chancellor manages a comprehensive institutional approach to enhanced learning outside of the classroom, providing vision, coordination, and a collaborative style in leading change. This position is responsible for supporting the success of all students by leading university initiatives to create and sustain an organizational culture and climate that fully welcomes, and advocates for, diversity and inclusiveness for all members of the UW-Green Bay main and regional campuses. Through strategic policy development, practice, advocacy, and mentoring the vice chancellor will champion institutional efforts to support the recruitment and retention of students, faculty, and staff of diverse backgrounds.

This position also oversees strategic planning driven by research analysis, data management, and student input. The vice chancellor will be responsible for personnel supervision and evaluation, budget planning and oversight, assessment, service excellence, and crisis management. The position oversees an overall budget of $13.9 million and provides leadership to over 75 staff.

Selected responsibilities include:

  • promotes the student experience through advocacy and academic support, diversity and inclusivity education, leadership development, and mentoring to provide opportunities for intentional student engagement;
  • works to develop and implement programs to educate and engage the entire campus community on issues of diversity and inclusion. Provides strategic direction for training initiatives designed to increase awareness and support of equity and inclusion values;
  • partners with campus leaders, faculty, students, staff, and the community to execute the university’s values and strategic goals;
  • creates collaborative partnerships among diverse students and student organizations to create an inclusive campus climate;
  • co-chairs the Chancellor’s Council for Diversity and Inclusive Excellence, providing impactful leadership in the areas of inclusivity and diversity across campus;
  • reviews and analyzes retention and matriculation data to assist the enrollment management division with evaluating policies, programs, and processes related to underrepresented student populations;
  • oversees personnel issues for the division of university inclusivity and student affairs including hiring, promotion, evaluation, and compensation of 75 staff;
  • coordinates with the business and finance office, athletics, and academic affairs in the implementation of campus life programs and policies;
  • develops, prepares, and supervises the divisional budget of $13.9 million, including state dollars, segregated fees, rent, user fees, and capital dollars;
  • works with student affairs directors to assess, evaluate, and plan for the division, incorporating best practices, high levels of service, retention initiatives, and opportunities for student involvement and engagement;
  • coordinates and participates in capital projects impacting the quality of campus life for students;
  • coordinates with academic deans, the assistant vice chancellor for enrollment management, and university committees as appropriate on the review, development and implementation of university policies;
  • serves as chief student affairs officer for the UW-Green Bay campus. Serves on UW System and UW–Green Bay student affairs committees, as well as campus-wide committees related to campus life and student services;
  • advises the Student Government Association and works collaboratively with SGA liaisons and on SGA related projects. Supports connections and communications between students and campus stakeholders.


The vice chancellor for student affairs and campus climate position was held from 2017 -2020 by Dr. Eric Arneson who recently accepted the role of vice president of student affairs at Kennesaw State University. The interim chancellor, Sheryl Van Gruensven, in reviewing the vice chancellor role recognized the broad scope of the vice chancellor’s responsibilities and reorganized within the division to create an assistant vice chancellor position, to whom several of the units will report directly. The interim chancellor also moved career services and disability services to the provost’s area and the health services will be contracted to Prevea Health on July 1, 2020. It is anticipated that these changes will provide support to the vice chancellor in the student affairs portion of this role, allowing for enhanced focus on the diversity and inclusion aspects of the position.

Gail Sims-Aubert, newly appointed assistant vice chancellor for student affairs and director of residence life will serve as the interim vice chancellor until the position is filled.


The new vice chancellor for university inclusivity and student affairs will need to possess an understanding of best practices in diversity and inclusion as well as student affairs practice and theory. The coupling of these two distinct areas will be a challenge and an opportunity for the new vice chancellor to positively impact campus culture, provide exceptional student services, and to shape student learning and opportunities through inclusive practices.

  • Continue to initiate the institutional goals of diversity and inclusion into the conversation and culture of the campus.
  • Work effectively with the new chancellor to build a strong relationship of trust and respect, to impact and serve students as outlined in the university mission and strategic plan.
  • Effectively balance the demands of the student affairs operations and the diversity and inclusion work to create a positive impact on student access, engagement, retention, and the campus climate.
  • Develop momentum working in an environment where community engagement and collaboration is a necessity for success in serving students. This person must be a bridge builder to other departments and units on campus as well as within the 16 county region.
  • Provide formalized staff training, professional development opportunities, and support for a division that will be establishing its identity with a new chancellor.
  • Support students through visibility at campus events, both within and outside the division.
  • Exhibit strong communication skills through personal interaction, public presentations, and with an online presence.
  • Develop the systems necessary to provide support to a student population that is becoming more diverse as demonstrated through increased numbers of Latinx, African American, economically disadvantaged, and LGBTQ students.
  • Demonstrate advocacy for diversity and inclusion through the development of effective policy making, practices, and process developments.
  • Promote a closer working relationship between student affairs, academic affairs, and enrollment services to increase the recruitment and retention of all students and to address issues of access.


At an appropriate interval after joining the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, the following will initially define success for the vice chancellor for university inclusivity and student affairs:

  • the vice chancellor is a visible and engaged leader throughout campus with both diversity and inclusivity initiatives and student affairs programs and services.
  • the vice chancellor has led the Chancellor’s Council for Diversity and Inclusion in developing intentional strategies to support the diversity and inclusion commitment of the university;
  • the vice chancellor is an essential team member and resource for faculty, staff and students who are working towards achievement of institutional goals;
  • the vice chancellor has built a collaborative and high-functioning team, and the purpose of the division is well defined and understood;
  • the vice chancellor has analyzed, contributed to, and expanded plans that are best practices for the division and the campus moving forward;
  • the vice chancellor has assessed the impact of programs and services;
  • the vice chancellor has expanded the partnerships and the reach of the university into the greater Green Bay community.


A master’s degree in a related field and five years of increasingly responsible management experience in a leadership position in one or more areas of student affairs and/or diversity and inclusion in a higher education setting, with demonstrated success and proven leadership abilities is required. A terminal degree and ten or more years of related university experience is preferred.

The successful candidate will need to possess a demonstrated commitment and experience working on campus climate issues, including equity, diversity and inclusivity within a higher education environment; proven management experience in a leadership position in one or more areas of student affairs in a higher education setting, with demonstrated success and proven leadership abilities; progressive leadership experience that includes personnel management, budget planning, outcomes assessments, events/programming, and strategic planning; experience with collaborative programs and initiatives; excellent interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills for working with a diverse community; and the ability to effectively work independently, and as part of a team, on collaborative efforts. In addition, the ideal candidate should be a demonstrated innovative, strategic, and resourceful leader who builds a positive relationship with students, builds consensus among constituents, and is an agent for organizational change.


An Overview of the Division of University Inclusivity and Student Affairs

The division of university inclusivity and student affairs works to provide a safe and engaging community. The staff members in the division work to serve all students and to help students find ways to succeed at UW-Green Bay.

The division of university inclusivity and student affairs will create a dynamic and engaging campus community where every student feels they have a voice and a place. This goal is accomplished through providing inclusive programming, living and learning communities, wellness and recreation courses, and individual and group support opportunities for all students.

The division encompasses the following services and operations:

Counseling and Health

Amy Henniges, Director

The Counseling and Health Center offers on-campus behavioral health services including free one on one counseling services by licensed professional counselors and limited psychiatrist services. Additionally, clinical services include free registered nurse assessments and physician/nurse practitioner visits for a nominal fee.

Dean of Students Office

Mark Olkoski, Dean of Students

The dean of students office strives to answer questions, address concerns, and meet student needs. The office oversees student conduct, behavioral intervention, extended absences, sexual harassment and relationship violence education, and student Title IX reporting.

Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

Mai Lo Lee, Director

The Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) office provides advising, services, and activities that promote the academic success, personal growth, and development of multi-ethnic students. MESA also conducts educational programs that enhance learning through the promotion of respect and appreciation of racial and ethnic diversity. MESA supports the academic mission of the institution and contributes to the development of a campus community dedicated to diversity of thought and experience.

Pride Center & Inclusive Excellence

Stacie Christian, Director

The mission of the Pride Center is to identify and respond to the concerns and needs of LGBTQ students, faculty, staff, and their allies; to provide high-quality support services that contribute to the academic and personal growth of LGBTQ students, faculty, staff, and allies; and to offer a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment for LGBTQ people and their allies. Since 2015, UW- Green Bay has been recognized as a Campus Pride top 25 LGBTQ-friendly university.

Residence Life

Gail Sims-Aubert, Assistant Vice Chancellor

The focus of the residence life program is to provide a residential environment in which staff, programs, and services promote student development within a comprehensive living experience. The campus offers three types of housing options to the 2,000 students living on campus — traditional residence halls, apartments with private bedrooms, and apartments with shared bedrooms.

Student Life

Claudia Guzman, Director

The office of student life supports student development, success, and satisfaction at UW-Green Bay by assisting students in getting connected, in exploring their interests, and in creating their own unique college experience through events and activities, student organizations, leadership development, and community service. The office includes New Student Programs, Commencement, and the student-led University Student Ambassadors and Good Times Programming Board. The office supports 130 student organizations.

University Union

Matt Suwalski, Director

As the center of the college community life, the union complements the campus academic experience through an extensive variety of cultural, educational, social, and recreational programs. The bookstore, Phoenix Club, dining areas, credit union, MESA, Pride Center, student organization space, and student affairs offices are located in this gathering and programming space for students.

University Recreation (UREC)

Jeff Krueger, Director

UREC serves students and the campus community through outstanding sport and recreation facilities, inclusive programming, and leadership opportunities in pursuit of mental and physical well-being. UREC manages the Kress Event Center along with other recreation related facilities.

 Organizational Chart for the Division of University Inclusivity and Student Affairs

A Well-Defined Commitment to Inclusive Excellence

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is committed to a vision of diversity that is broadly inclusive, warmly welcoming, and equitable in its treatment of all members of the campus community. Through engagement, reflection and action, we will be an institution committed to diversity in thought and practice moving beyond labels; categories that put up barriers and keep us fragmented.

Inclusive Excellence is a planning process intended to help each UW System institution establish a comprehensive and well-coordinated set of systematic actions that focus specifically on fostering greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and accountability at every level of university life. The Chancellor’s Council on Inclusive Excellence is the lead on diversity and inclusion initiatives and reports directly to the Chancellor. The Council created and enacted a six-point strategic plan to help diversify the university and create an even more welcoming space. In partnership with the First Nations faculty, the university created a Land Acknowledgment honoring our native peoples. The Land Acknowledgment is read before major events on campus and is in the process of being presented in multiple venues on the campus.

Creating a more inclusive environment and a vibrant campus are both mission critical for UW-Green Bay. A vibrant student life program that nurtures students of all backgrounds and interests increases student success and best meets the growing needs of our region.

Institution & Location


Institutional Background/History

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to nearly 8,500 students. Established in 1965, the university and the communities it serves are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning.

In July 2018, UW-Green Bay expanded, becoming a larger, four-campus university with locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan, Wisconsin. UW-Green Bay serves 16 counties including four major manufacturing hubs, an extensive health care sector, a vital and growing arts and music corridor and some of the most desirable natural and tourist areas in the country, including nearly 400 miles of coastline on the Earth’s largest freshwater ecosystem.

The new chancellor will lead the continued and full unification of these exciting campuses:

UW-Green Bay

The university has a modern, spacious campus overlooking Lake Michigan’s bay of Green Bay. Wooded trails and a 270-acre arboretum contribute to the park-like setting. The 750-acre campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most beautiful performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus university transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful community connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and at the center of the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the

Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor.


UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus is situated on 36 acres along the historic shoreline of the bay of Green Bay and offers students in the region and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan a start in postsecondary education.


UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus is nestled on 40 acres along the breathtaking Lake Michigan shoreline and has served the lakeshore of eastern Wisconsin for more than 50 years, helping generations of students to start their path toward a bachelor’s degree.


UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus rests on Lake Michigan in the heart of a rapidly growing region, fueled by cutting-edge scientific and technology services, manufacturing, education, healthcare and more.

To read a year-by-year history of the University:

Take a virtual tour of UW-Green Bay:

About Green Bay, Wisconsin

Green Bay is the third-largest city in the State of Wisconsin, after Milwaukee and Madison, and the third-largest city on Lake Michigan’s east shore, after Chicago and Milwaukee. As the economic hub of Northeast Wisconsin and comprising

an abundance of natural resources, Green Bay historically was, and continues to be, a major shipping center. The city’s largest employers remain the education, health care and paper and shipping industries. With continuous development in Green Bay and its surrounding communities, the area boasts a progressive atmosphere from industrial parks to shopping districts.

The historic waterfront in downtown continues
its redevelopment renaissance with the addition and expansion of housing, hotels and corporate headquarters, including the Titletown District and TitletownTech, a national partnership between the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft, Neville Museum, Rail Yard innovation district and the Shipyard

outdoor events center. Partnership is what makes the Greater Green Bay community united in the mission of enhancing the economic and workforce development of the area. Community leaders work in partnership to conserve resources, grow our economy and increase our quality of life. Leaders work in conjunction with our K-12 and post-secondary educators to ensure students are community, college and career ready; continuing our tradition of cultivating generations of a strong work ethic that is second to none.

In addition to being known around the world for contributions to industry and agriculture, Green Bay is the smallest city to host a National Football League team. Founded in 1919, the 13-time National Champion Green Bay Packers are the only NFL team to be owned by its fans. Lambeau Field is hallowed ground to most sports fans in the area.

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Mission and Strategic Vision

The mission statement which follows describes the general purposes and character of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

When approved by the Board of Regents, this select mission statement became the foundation planning document for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. However, the select mission statement does not in and of itself provide any particular program entitlement not specifically authorized on its own merits by the Regents.

The select mission statement should be regarded as a living document subject to change. When it is clear that modification in the select mission statement would support more effective service, a recommendation for such change can be brought forward for consideration and action by the Board of Regents.

The Select Mission

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a multi-campus comprehensive university offering exemplary undergraduate, masters, and select doctoral programs and operating with a commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, research, and service to the community. The University provides a problem- focused educational experience that promotes critical thinking and student success.

The culture and vision of the University reflect a deep commitment to diversity, inclusion, social justice, civic engagement, and educational opportunity at all levels. Our core values embrace community-based partnerships, collaborative faculty scholarship, and innovation.

Our commitment to a university that promotes access, career success, cross-discipline collaboration, cultural enrichment, economic development, entrepreneurship, and environmental sustainability is demonstrated through a wide array of programs and certifications offered in four colleges: College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Science, Engineering and Technology (including the Richard Resch School of Engineering); College of Health, Education and Social Welfare; and the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business, leading to a range of degrees, including AAS, BA, BAS, BBA, BM, BS, BSN, BSW, MS, MSW, MSN, and Ed.D.​

The Core Mission

As an institution in the University Cluster of the University of Wisconsin System, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay shares the following core mission with other institutions of the Cluster:

  1. Offer associate and baccalaureate degree level and selected graduate programs within the context of its approved select mission.
  2. Offer an environment that emphasizes teaching excellence and meets the educational and personal needs of students through effective teaching, academic advising, counseling, and through university-sponsored cultural, recreational, and extracurricular programs.
  3. Offer a core of liberal studies that support university degrees in the arts, letters, and sciences, as well as for specialized professional/technical degrees at the associate and baccalaureate level.
  4. Offer a program of pre-professional curricular offerings consistent with the university’s mission.
  5. Expect scholarly activity, including research, scholarship, and creative endeavor, that supports its programs at the associate and baccalaureate degree level, its selected graduate programs, and its approved mission statement.
  6. Promote the integration of the extension function, assist University of Wisconsin-Extension in meeting its responsibility for statewide coordination, and encourage faculty and staff participation in outreach activity.
  7. Participate in inter-institutional relationships in order to maximize educational opportunity for the people of the state effectively and efficiently through the sharing of resources.
  8. Serve the needs of women, minority, disadvantaged, disabled, and nontraditional students and seek racial and ethnic diversification of the student body and the professional faculty and staff.
  9. Support activities designed to promote the economic development of the state.

The System Mission

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay shares in the mission of the University of Wisconsin System.

The mission of this System is to develop human resources, to discover and disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses, and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, and humane sensitivities; scientific, professional, and technological expertise; and a sense of value and purpose. Inherent in this mission are methods of instruction, research, extended education, and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the System is the search for truth.

The vision statement that follows describes the long-term aspirations of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

UW-Green Bay leadership worked with the University Planning and Innovation Council (UPIC) and the deans of the four colleges to develop the following vision statement for the University. This statement is intended to guide proximate strategies and tactics (driven by the strategic plan) toward goals for the future. The elements of this vision embrace current institutional strategy, interdisciplinary commitment, focus on student success, and a desire to be a larger, more engaged University that supports faculty research and teaching.

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is an access-driven, urban-serving comprehensive university that provides a world-class education and promotes economic growth and sustainability as well as health, wellness, and social equity in Green Bay and the surrounding areas through a commitment to interdisciplinary learning, scholarship, and problem-solving.

To realize this vision, UW-Green Bay must be:

  • A university that makes student success its highest priority.
  • A large university (10,000 total headcount) approaching 15 percent out-of-state students with one of the highest proportions of international students in the UW System.
  • A diverse university that reflects the community.
  • A leading comprehensive, Division I university recognized for connecting community partners in innovative programs of development, education, and sustainability.
  • An internationally-recognized university that instills the benefits of interdisciplinary thinking and learning.
  • A university known for distinctive programs, including traditional and professional graduate programs.
  • A university that invests in its people, values innovation and creativity, and strives to create a work environment that supports personal and professional growth.

Strategic Plan

To read the University’s strategic plan:


Dr. Michael Alexander – Chancellor

Michael Alexander assumed the role as the seventh chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on May 1, 2020. Prior to that, he served as provost and vice chancellor at UW-Green Bay since July 2019. As the University’s second highest administrative officer and senior academic officer, he oversaw programming and leadership of the four academic colleges; the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, the Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement, the UW-Green Bay Libraries, the Office of Admissions, and led the four UW-Green Bay campuses including those in Marinette, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan. As provost, he consulted with the chancellor on all aspects of the University and spoke for the University in the chancellor’s absence.

Since joining the University, Alexander led the expansion of the University’s Continuing Education and Community Engagement efforts to build connections to high school students, increase non-credit offerings, and provide educational services to regional businesses; created academic affairs strategic priorities to drive the University’s strategic mission and vision; initiated new, international relationships with universities in Thailand; created an Office of Sustainability to improve efficiencies and increase the profile of UW-Green Bay as a campus traditionally engaged with environmental study; and restructured Graduate Studies and the Office of Grants and Research, setting the stage for the University’s growing research efforts.

Alexander came to UW-Green Bay having served as director of the School of Music at the University of Northern Colorado. He also served as the interim director of the School of Music at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. The Grand Island, NY native lived in Wisconsin from 1995 to 2004. He earned his master’s degree at UW-Milwaukee and his doctorate at UW-Madison.

Academic Programs and Faculty

UW-Green Bay offers a diverse academic array of majors, minors and areas of emphasis—more than 47 in all, including seven pre-professional areas of study, such as pre-med and pre-law. UW–Green Bay also has an online degree option for undergraduates and nine graduate programs. The colleges are as follows:

Austin E. Cofrin School of Business

The Austin E. ​Cofrin​ School of Business offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in traditional and online formats to prepare the future professional leaders of greater Northeast Wisconsin and beyond.  We seek students searching for engaging educational opportunities, professional success, and innovative business solutions.  Graduates of the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business think critically, practice informed reasoning, make ethical decisions, embrace life-long experiential learning, take innovative approaches to problem solving, and act sustainably.

The College awards undergraduate degrees in Accounting and Business Administration, with emphases in business analysis, entrepreneurship, finance, general business, human resource management, management, marketing, and supply chain management.  The College also awards a Master of Science in Management, a Masters of Data Science, and an Executive Impact M.B.A.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS)

The CAHSS oversees the most majors of any of the university’s four colleges, including all arts-related majors (both fine and performing), all humanities majors, all social science majors, the university’s communication program, and the economics and information science programs.

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is the home for academic explorers and the broadest array of majors (30+!) on campus, including all arts-related majors (both fine and performing), all humanities majors, all social science majors, the university’s communication program and the economics and information science programs. Students and teachers in the College explore the world in the best possible way—learning, thinking, creating and communicating. Our mission is not just to graduate future employees but also people passionate about, and engaged in, the communities where they work and live.

College of Health, Education and Social Welfare (CHESW)

The CHESW oversees the university’s professional programs, including education, healthcare management and social work. The college is also home to the Behavioral Health Training Partnership, the Center for First Nations Studies and the award-winning Phuture Phoenix program. Students develop a broader worldview and gain new strengths as well as the skills to fully contribute to the greater good of communities. Through field experience students are offered the opportunity to connect with our communities. As graduates, they have developed into well prepared social workers, nurses, teachers and health information specialists. As professionals, students obtain the position of a respected community leader that is so valued and in demand within and outside our community.

College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET)

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s College of Science, Engineering, and Technology provides a dynamic, hands-on approach to higher education, while fostering new and growing opportunities for students, faculty and the community. It includes programs in Human Biology, Natural and Applied Sciences and the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering. The College also includes the nationally acclaimed Cofrin Center for Biodiversity and the Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI). Each adds to the rich history, environmental health and sustainability of the region, state, nation and world. The College also has a strong partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW-Green Bay), with faculty from Human Biology providing direct instruction for the Medical College of Wisconsin students and preparing the next generation of students who dream of careers in the health sciences.

The University’s top majors, by degrees granted, are:


  • Business Administration
  • Integrative Leadership Studies (an online-only BA/BS program)
  • Psychology
  • Human Biology
  • Nursing (includes both BSN and MSN, joint program with the Bellin College of Nursing)


  • Master of Social Work
  • Master of Sustainable Management

Academic Affairs Strategic Goals and Priorities

The Student Body

Enrollment (2018)

  • Green Bay Campus – 7251 students, 86 percent of fall 2018 enrollments
  • Marinette Campus – 257 students, 3 percent of fall 2018 enrollments
  • Manitowoc Campus – 279 students, 3 percent of fall 2018 enrollments
  • Sheboygan – 513 students, 6 percent of fall 2018 enrollments
  • Online UWC – 143 students, 2 percent of fall 2018 enrollments
  • 4206 (58 percent) full-time
  • 3045 (42 percent) part-time based on credit load
  • 6526 (90 percent) white and undeclared
  • 725 (10 percent) minority background
  • 6612 (93 percent) Wisconsin residents
  • 639 (7 percent) out of state or international
  • 4153 (57 percent) from 16 county footprint
  • 2164 (30 percent) from Brown County
  • 478 (7 percent) of undergraduate students are veteran’s benefit eligible
  • 2800 (41 percent) of undergraduates are first generation college students
  • 66 percent female
  • 34 percent male

Organizational Chart for Leadership

Benefits Overview

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay offers the following benefits:

Application & Nomination

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. To apply for this position please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Laura Puckett-Boler at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

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The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except that the identities of finalists must be revealed upon request. See Wis. Stat. §. 19.36(7)..

For Campus Safety information see our UW-Green Bay Police website and our Annual Security Report (for a paper copy please contact the Office of Human Resources at (920) 465-2390). This report includes statistics about reported crimes, as well as information about crime prevention and campus security policies and procedures.

A criminal conviction investigation will be conducted on the finalist(s). In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, the University does not discriminate on the basis of arrest or conviction record. All final candidates must be asked, prior to hire, whether they have been found to have engaged in, are currently under investigation for, or left employment during an active investigation in which they were accused of sexual violence or sexual harassment. When obtaining employment reference checks, these same sexual violence or sexual harassment questions must also be asked.

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay does not offer H-1B or other work authorization visa sponsorship for this position. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States at the time of hire and maintain work authorization throughout the employment term. If you have questions regarding this, please contact Human Resources.

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is an Affirmative Action Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, genetic information, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship status, veteran or military status (including disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, other protected veteran, or Armed Forces service medal veteran status), age, or disability.