Eight Steps To Apply for Fall 2021
Sometimes, sitting down to start your college applications can feel intimidating, but you can apply to any of the UW Oshkosh’s three campuses in just eight simple steps! Don’t forget — there’s no cost to apply to UWO!
Why We Are Glad to be Titans
Hello, everyone! I am a Senior graduating in May 2021 with a major in Communication Studies and a minor in Public Relations. From being a tour guide and working in the Admissions office, I often get asked why I am glad that I chose to attend UWO. I love this question, but I still find it difficult to answer. I will never be able to fully describe why UW Oshkosh was the right fit for me because I still find myself being surprised by all of the student resources. It is nearly impossible for me to describe how grateful I am for the past 4 years, so naturally, I turned to some of my peers. I asked 11 of my friends why they are glad that they chose to become a Titan, and I managed to compile some great answers.
An Advocate for your Mental Health: UWO Counseling Center
Hey everyone! It’s Olivia here with another special blog edition. Today, I’d not only like to promote the UWO Counseling Center, but also just promote student mental health in general. I always advocate for this in my tours, as well! The Counseling Center has something for everyone and I’d like to share with you a few of the great services and programs they have to offer! On top of that, I am writing this blog during the month of March and our Counseling Center is promoting it as “Mindful March”, so what better time to write about this topic!
A Year in the Pandemic: A UWO Student’s Perspective
Hello, everyone! I am a Senior graduating in May 2021 with a major in Communication Studies and a minor in Public Relations. I’m from Oak Park, Illinois and am so happy that I chose to attend UWO 4 years ago. Between the amazing academic programs, the wonderful resources and the overall campus community, UWO has been the perfect fit for me. It is no secret that the past year has been tough for all people, including college students. With it being exactly a year after UWO shut down campus as a result of the pandemic, I found myself reflecting on how life has changed, as well as what is next.
Essential Apps Every UW Oshkosh Student Needs
Have you ever wondered what you can do on a campus? Well, one of the easiest ways to stay connected is through different online communications, such as applications, that you can download on your devices. Having apps that are easily accessed through your phone allows you to have the ability to stay connected.
Here at UW Oshkosh, there are apps geared toward our students on campus so that they can lead a healthy and successful journey. On top of that, there are apps that are must haves for college students that can help too. I’ll be listing a few of my favorite apps that I use almost daily to stay on top of things on campus.
How I Navigated Freshman Year as a First-Generation College Student
Hi there! My name is Jaime Sydow and I am a tour guide here at UW Oshkosh. I am currently a junior double majoring in Medical Technology and Biology with a Healthcare Emphasis. I am also a First-Generation College Student which means I am the first in my immediate family to attend college! Sound like you? Then follow me as I reflect on my first year and the support I received through programs offered here at UWO!
3 Outdoor Study Spots You Might Not Know About at UWO
Hello Future Titans! My name is Jake Vosters, and I am a sophomore here at UW Oshkosh. I’m studying English and Secondary Education, with a minor in Spanish. Using these, I hope to one day become an English teacher that can also use my skills to pass on some Spanish. Now that I’ve got a few semesters under my belt, I’ve picked out some of the most gorgeous spots on campus that I like to go to study, to write or just to gaze upon nature’s beauty from the beautiful surroundings of our campus, and I’m here to tell you all about them!
A Titan’s Guide to the Best Coffee in Oshkosh
Hey there, my fellow coffee lovers! My name is Alexis and I am currently a sophomore here at UW Oshkosh. I am from Green Bay, Wisconsin so I’m not too far from home, but far enough where I get to explore a whole new area! I am a nursing major and I’m also getting a certificate in social equity and diversity, which has been a really neat learning experience. I love UW Oshkosh and I hope that you will too (especially after hearing about the awesome coffee spots)! So, if you are wondering where you can get a delicious cup of joe on or around the UW Oshkosh campus, I’ve got your back! As a coffee connoisseur and UW Oshkosh student myself, I have a list of some of the best places to get coffee in the area.
How I Coped as a College Student During a Pandemic
Hey everyone!! My name is Olivia Lemke and I am a junior here at UWO. I am majoring in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. I hope you all are hanging in there during these crazy times. Being a college student in a pandemic myself, I definitely understand the new challenges we are facing. Now that I’ve had about eight months of experience, I have a better idea of how to cope with these added obstacles. So, I’d like to share some of these tips with you! Many of my suggestions could apply to a high school student, too!
Top 8 Places to Explore in Oshkosh Off-Campus this Winter
Over the past four years, I have successfully explored many areas of Oshkosh, both on and off-campus. Some of my favorite activities involve enjoying the beautiful outdoors along Lake Winnebago, Lake Butte des Morts and the Fox River. However, when it hits winter in the Fox Valley, I am willing to do anything but go outside. Luckily, there is an endless amount of activities to keep me entertained in the winter. So, I have compiled a list that highlights a few of my favorite off-campus spots to explore when you can manage a study break.