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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 — when you apply before Oct. 31, 2020 we’ll cover the cost of your application fee!

Oshkosh West to UW Oshkosh: Why I Chose to go to College Close to Home

My name is Ian McDonald and I am a current senior here at UW Oshkosh. As someone who grew up in the Oshkosh area and chose to go to school at UW Oshkosh, I can attest that, living at home as a college student was by far one of the smartest decisions that I made. Many concerns about living at home range from how I will meet new people, to how my college experience will be altered by living with my parents. Going to college in your hometown may have some disadvantages, but if you use your resources to your advantage you will put yourself ahead of your fellow classmates.

Words of Wisdom from a Recent College Grad

Hello future leaders, my name is Seev Lee! I am majoring in Human Services Leadership and currently in my last semester of college! I cannot wait to graduate. This moment is truly bittersweet. As my days here at UW Oshkosh begin to come to an end, I begin to realize all the opportunities I wish I would have taken and the time I should have invested in doing things I was passionate about. If I had all the knowledge that I did now, back then, I would have done college differently. Here are some tips on making the most out of your college experience.

A College Student’s Guide to Procrastination

Hello future Titans! My name is Rachel, and today I’m here to talk about my worst academic nightmare: procrastination. This is something I’ve struggled with since high school, and it has followed me to college as well. Luckily, I’ve picked up some tricks along the way that have helped tremendously. Wanna know my secret? Stay tuned to find out.

UW Oshkosh Campus Safety

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has various safety measures taken on campus to ensure proactive protection of our students. In this blog I will outline a few basic safety features that every student should be aware of when coming to UWO.

UWO Essential Acronyms

I remember when I was a freshman, one of the things that I kept asking myself was, “What the heck are these people talking about?!” I’ve compiled a list of some of the most used acronyms to finally create a place to help you figure all of this out.

Transitioning from School to Home – Three Tips to Make Things Easier

We are all in this together. The unknown may be terrifying, but there are a handful of strategies we can use to maintain control of our education.

Five Ways to Succeed in Online Learning

Here are five ways to succeed transitioning to the new online learning environment that UW Oshkosh will be adopting for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.

Letter from an Online Student

Christine Gentile is a student in the 100% online Leadership & Organizational Studies major at UW Oshkosh. Read her message of encouragement for all of the Titans who are just beginning their journey into online education.

New Student Tips from a Current UW Oshkosh Student

Moving from home to a college campus can be a huge transition for a student. This is the time during a student’s life where they truly learn how to be an adult and live on their own. Here are a few tips about moving onto campus for the first time.

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Meet UW Oshkosh students

Click the picture below to connect with UW Oshkosh students currently working as our Titan Gold Corps!

UW Oshkosh Admissions 800 Algoma Boulevard 135 Dempsey Hall Oshkosh, WI 54901 920-424-3164 Hours of Operation: M-F 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


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