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The Graduation Project is a degree completion program for returning students.

Graduation Project Student Timber Smith.

“I was looking for a program
that accepted the maximum number
of credits from my technical degree.
The financial difference is incredible.”
-Timber Smith, UWO alumnus and Graduation Project student

Sometimes life takes a turn. Maybe you were just a few credits away from completing your degree when circumstances changed and you left the University without graduating. UW Oshkosh is looking for returning adult students like you.

We invite you to come back, graduate and join the ranks of our proud alumni by achieving your bachelor’s or associate degree.

To qualify for the Graduation Project, you must:

  • Have stopped out of school for at least one semester
  • Have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade-point average
  • Complete at least 15 of your last 30 credits at UW Oshkosh

If you are working toward your bachelor’s degree, you must have achieved 75 or more credits toward bachelor degree requirements. If you would like to work toward your associate degree, click here to find out more. Come back to UW Oshkosh to complete the degree you started here. If you’re ready to finish, contact us. We’re waiting to help.

Connect with the Graduation Project at (920) 424-4474 or email graduationproject@uwosh.edu.

Finding the right program

Many Graduation Projects students choose to finish the degree they started. Others choose a new major. We can help you find the best fit for your schedule and professional interests. UW Oshkosh offers on campus and online options.

Finish as quickly as possible

Helping you find the quickest path to graduation is our speciality. Each Graduation Project student has a unique history. We will work through your transcripts (from UW Oshkosh and other institutions you’ve attended), and we will show you the quickest way to finish your degree. There are no short cuts when you seek a quality degree, but there are special considerations for Graduation Project Students. We advocate on your behalf and match you with academic support and student services.