Another UW regional campus is ending in-person classes.
UW-Green Bay at Marinette on Friday said this spring’s classes will be the last at the campus. Green Bay Chancellor Michael Alexander says all classes will be streamed-in. There are just 213 students at UW-Green Bay Marinette. Alexander said in an email to students and staffers that the decision to end in-person classes is a ‘a paradigm shift to redefine’ how the university operates. Many UW campuses, including UW-Green Bay, are looking at budget deficits heading into the spring. UW-Milwaukee at Washington County and UW-Oshkosh Fond du Lac are also ending in-person classes this spring. The UW campus in Richland Center closed this year after officials there ended in-person classes last year.