Browse the list of campus resources and contact information below.Click here to download a Campus Resource Guide.
uwosh.edu/admissions • (920) 424-3164 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Discuss your questions regarding programs at UW Oshkosh, the admission process or the status of your application. Credit transfers from other universities and technical colleges are handled through Admissions.
Academic Advising for traditional on-campus programs (Undergraduate Advising Resource Center)
uwosh.edu/advising • (920) 424-1268 • email@example.com
Understand degree requirements, policies and your Student Academic Report (STAR), which shows progress made towards your degree. Receive assistance with setting academic goals, creating action plans and making academic decisions. Students must be admitted to the University before using the Undergraduate Advising Resource Center office. For online degree programs see Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement.
Academic Computing Services (ACS)
uwosh.edu/acs • (920) 424-3020 • firstname.lastname@example.org
ACS provides computer support for all University- owned computers and consulting services for technology on campus. Their services are available to all students and staff at UW Oshkosh.
Bookstore (University Books & More)
bookstore.uwosh.edu/home.aspx • (920) 424-0277
University Books & More sells textbooks, University apparel and gift items, greeting cards, miscellaneous school and art supplies, books for personal reading enjoyment and much more.
uwosh.edu/career • (920) 424-2181 • email@example.com
Receive assistance with applying for internships, gaining employment, and building your resume and cover letters. Career Services maintains a job database called Titan Jobs, where students can search and apply for jobs posted by local companies.
Center for Academic Resources (CAR)
uwosh.edu/car • (920) 424-2290 • firstname.lastname@example.org
CAR offers one-on-one content tutors, Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions, weekly Peer Educator Review
Sessions (PERS) and tutoring for other skills like learning strategies and technology use.
Children’s Learning and Care Center (Child Care)
uwosh.edu/childrens_center • (920) 424-0260
The Children’s Learning and Care Center offers quality, affordable childcare for students, faculty and staff. Visit their website for more information about rates and times that services are available.
uwosh.edu/couns_center • (920) 424-2061 • email@example.com
The Counseling Center is deeply involved in creating a safe and engaging campus culture where everyone can achieve excellence. Students may schedule an appointment by calling or stopping by the Counseling Center during office hours.
Credit for Prior Learning
uwosh.edu/go/cpl • (920) 424-0234
Students have the opportunity to earn college credits for their valuable work and life experiences three ways: military experience, CLEP exams and a portfolio option. Adult students may be able to earn credit through a portfolio for learning gained through years of experience at work, in military service, as volunteers or in other settings outside the formal classroom.
Disability Services/Dean of Students Office
uwosh.edu/deanofstudents/disability-services • (920) 424-3100
Disability Services is part of the Dean of Students Office. They are available to help with accommodations you may need to achieve your education including handicap accessibility, assistance with learning disabilities and the Project Success program.
Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement
oce.uwosh.edu • (920) 424-0234 • firstname.lastname@example.org
The Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement offers flexible online degree programs for adult nontraditional students. Explore degree programs and certificates with the assistance of anLifelong Learning and Community Engagement adviser.
uwosh.edu/fin_aid • (920) 424-3377 • email@example.com
Apply for financial aid, receive help completing your financial aid application (FAFSA) and understanding your award, search for scholarships, and use the cost calculators to estimate your annual expenses for school.
uwosh.edu/gradstudies • (920) 424-1223 • firstname.lastname@example.org
A graduate degree opens doors for professional and personal growth. Discover the benefits of graduate- level education and what makes UW Oshkosh a great place to earn your degree.
LGBTQ Resource Center
uwosh.edu/lgbtqcenter • (920) 424-3465 • email@example.com
The LGBTQ Resource Center works to create awareness across campus and throughout the community by identifying and responding to the concerns and needs of LGBTQ students, staff, faculty and allies. They strive to provide quality programming, resources and services in a diverse and welcoming atmosphere.
Math Tutor Labs
uwosh.edu/mathematics/resources/tutor-labs • (920) 424-1333
The Mathematics Department operates two free, drop-in tutor labs to assist different levels of students. For more information, visit the Mathematics Department website.
uwosh.edu/mcnairscholars/ • (920) 424-3171 • firstname.lastname@example.org
The federally funded Ronald E. McNair Post- baccalaureate Achievement Program prepares undergraduates for doctoral study by pairing them with faculty mentors who assist the students in designing, implementing and completing a significant research project. The program seeks to increase the attainment of advanced degrees by students from first-generation, low-income, and under-represented groups.
uwosh.edu/parking • (920) 424-4455 • email@example.com
A parking permit is required to park on campus. Visit the Parking Services website for information on prices, regulations and parking options.
uwosh.edu/library • (920) 424-4333 • (800) 574-5041
The library is open year-round, has two computer labs and is available for use by all students, faculty and staff, as well as the general public. Visit their website for more information on hours and services.
uwosh.edu/success • (920) 424-1033 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Success is a support program for UW Oshkosh students with language-based learning disabilities.
Some services provided include tutors, reading and spelling courses, and quiet test taking locations.
Reading Study Skills Center
uwosh.edu/readingstudycenter • (920) 424-1031 • email@example.com
Learn strategies to improve information gathering from textbooks and lectures, time management, note
taking, test preparation and test taking skills. One- and two-credit courses on study skills and reading strategies are available.
uwosh.edu/registrar/ • (920) 424-3454
The Registrar’s Office can assist you with updating your personal information on Titan Web, providing you with an official copy of your transcript and accessing enrollment verification.
uwosh.edu/student_financial/student-accounts • (920) 424-1332 • firstname.lastname@example.org
As the central billing resource for UW Oshkosh, Student Accounts generates statements for tuition, fees, room and meals, and processes refunds for withdrawals.
Student Health Center
uwosh.edu/health_center • (920) 424-2424 • email@example.com
The Student Health Center provides a range of services to enrolled students from the evaluation and treatment of medical problems and injuries to STD testing and preventative care. Costs to use the services are nominal for enrolled students.
Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC)
reeve.uwosh.edu/involvement/slic • (920) 424-0847 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the SLIC to learn about activities on campus, get involved in a student organization, or work on projects for your student group.
Student Legal Services
uwosh.edu/osa/student-legal-services • (920) 424-3203
Student Legal Services is here for UW Oshkosh students, and an attorney is here to answer questions, give advice and help you with all legal matters. Your visit will be strictly confidential.
Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC)
recreation.uwosh.edu/ • (920) 424-1245 • email@example.com
Students who are currently enrolled at UW Oshkosh pay their membership in their segregated university fees. The SRWC provides exercise equipment and space to maintain an active life style. Students must present a valid UW Oshkosh ID card for entry.
Student Support Services (SSS)
uwosh.edu/sss • (920) 424-1310
Student Support Services (SSS) serves and assists first- generation (neither parent has a bachelor’s degree) income specific students to maximize their academic potential and achieve their goals. SSS provides the encouragement, information and positive support for students to achieve their goals.
TitanAlert allows you to receive important campus information via text messages to your phone. You can sign up to receive information about emergencies, parking notifications, school cancellations/delays and weather alerts