Welcome to Virtual Titan Preview!
Welcome to the first step in your journey to be a UW Oshkosh Titan! Here at UW Oshkosh we encourage students to find out what kind of Titan YOU are, and this is where it all begins!
This webpage follows the outline of one of our Titan Preview events. Although we cannot welcome you to campus in person, we still want you to have the Titan experience. Start from the top, with a message from our Director of Admissions, Paul Gedlinske. Work your way through modules that will give an overview of UW Oshkosh, some information about important resources on campus, and will end with some resources that will temporarily substitute our walking tour.
So, grab mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, brother, sister, and Welcome to Virtual Titan Preview!
Let us know who you are…
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Introduction to UWO
Now that you are here, your mind is probably racing with questions such as “What is UW Oshkosh like?”, “How much does it cost?” or “How do I apply?”. Our UW Oshkosh Admissions Counselors are here to help! Select the video below that best fits your situation.
Not sure which one you fall into? That is okay! Click the drop down for a brief description of the target audience for that presentation.
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Summer/Fall 2020 First-Year Students
Adam Rich (Admissisions Counselor) & Addie Powles (Admissions Counselor)
Summer/Fall 2021 First-Year Students
Welcome! This presentation is specifically geared toward students planning to attend UW Oshkosh in either Summer or Fall 2021 who have not previously attended another institution. So if you are going to be a senior in high school or are planning to take a year off before applying, click play!
Drew Kopitzke (Admissisions Counselor) & Cam Brown (Admissions Counselor)
Welcome! This presentation is specifically geared toward students who plan to transfer from another institution to UW Oshkosh. It is important to note, that if you are planning to transition from one of our access campuses, Fox Cities or Fond du Lac, you are considered an Internal Transfer and there is a different presentation for you!
Deanna VanderWielen (Transfer Admissions Counselor) &
Justin Stigler (Assistant Director of Admissions)
Internal Transfer Students
Welcome! This presentation is specifically geared toward students who are currently attending either the UW Oshkosh Fox Cities or UW Oshkosh Fond du Lac Campus who plan on transitioning to the Oshkosh Campus. If this is the correct presentation for you, click play!
Deanna VanderWielen (Transfer Admissions Counselor) &
Justin Stigler (Assistant Director of Admissions)
Additional Student Resources
Our website is full of resources to help you along your journey to UW Oshkosh. If you do not see a presentation for you above, no problem! Go ahead and watch the first couple of minutes of one of the those presentations. This will give you an introduction to UW Oshkosh, than come down here and check out some other pages on our website with more specific information for you:
International Students – Prospective International Students should get in contact with our International Admissions Counselor via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We Strive for Inclusive Excellence!
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Campuses are committed to creating open and diverse environments that are physically and psychologically safe, respectful and civil; where individual and human differences and diversity of thought are understood, accepted and celebrated.
Learn more about some of the offices and organizations that help to ensure that our University remains inclusive and supportive to all!
Inclusive Excellence Offices & Resources
American Indian Student Services (AISS) is dedicated to helping American Indian students grow academically and develop a stronger cultural identity. AISS provides leadership development, educational guidance and support, and offers cultural events to educate the campus and community. Learn more on their website.
The LGBTQ+ Resource Center works to make UW Oshkosh a more inclusive environment through education, advocacy and support to foster the academic success and personal growth of students, faculty and staff of all genders and sexualities on campus. Learn more about the LGBTQ+ Resource Center and the amazing programs that they offer on their website.
The McNair Scholars Program prepares bright, highly motivated undergraduates from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds for graduate studies. Eligible candidates include low-income students, first-generation students and/or individuals who identify as African American, Latino/a and/or American Indian. Learn more about the McNair Scholars Program here.
The Men of Color and Latino/a/Hispanic Initiatives (MCLHI) promote the academic and professional development of Latino/a/Hispanic students (including undocumented students) and underrepresented males at UW Oshkosh. MCLHI collaborates with a broad range of campus offices to maintain an inclusive campus environment and ensure the retention, persistence and graduation of underrepresented students. Learn more online at their website.
The Student Achievement Services is dedicated to the academic success of diverse students through support services, collaborations and high impact programs and practices that lead to greater student independence, personal growth and lifelong learning.
Student Achievement Services in the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence is composed of three distinctive units, each targeted to meet the mission of the department and the Division. These include the Multicultural Retention Programs (MRP), PreCollege Programs and Multicultural Education Center (MEC).
Student Support Services (SSS) helps first-generation college students and students from limited-income families maximize their potential and achieve their educational goals. SSS offers the academic advising, guidance and positive support necessary to be successful in college. Learn more about TRIO Student Support Services on their website.
The UW Oshkosh Women’s Center exists to serve students, staff, faculty and community members. Part of the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence, the Women’s Center hosts educational programs to address a variety of gender and social issues and provides resources for women and gender minorities. Learn more about the UW Oshkosh Women’s Center on their website.
- African American Studies Club
- Asian Student Association
- Black Student Union
- Hmong Student Union
- Inter-Tribal Student Council
- Latin@x/Hispanos Unidos
- Men of Distinction
- Multicultural Education Coalition
- Q+ United
- Rainbow Alliance for Hope
- Student Organization of Latinos
- Women’s Advocacy Council
Student Services Sessions
With a strong understanding of UW Oshkosh, it is time to dive into some important resources that you may take advantage of as a UW Oshkosh student.
Check out the presentations below from our helpful staff in Financial Aid, Student Involvement, Athletics, and Residence Life!
Financial Aid, and paying for college in general, can sometimes get pretty confusing, but don’t worry. Our Financial Aid Counselors are here to assist you in any way possible. Start by clicking play and hearing a brief overview of financial aid and student billing. If you have questions, feel free to reach out, they are ready to help you in any way that they can.
Campus Life - Student Involvement, Titan Card, & University Dining
The college experience isn’t complete without a little bit of fun! Okay, a LOT of fun! Our Student Involvement Team from Reeve Union is here to give you a little overview of Campus Life and the fun that you can expect!
For More Information: Visit their website at uwosh.edu/reeve.
For More Information: Visit their website at www.uwoshkoshtitans.com.
So many students say that one of the highlights of their college experience was living on campus. With your friends right down the hall, your classes just a short walk away, and activities happening every single day, living on campus is an amazing experience! Our staff from the Department of Residence Life is here to give you a brief overview of the on-campus living experience!
Time for Tour!
Although we cannot welcome you to campus right now, we gathered some resources to help you explore campus either virtually, or on your own.
Aerial Campus Tour: Get a birds-eye view of some key locations on the UW Oshkosh campus!
Virtual Tour: Explore campus with our online virtual tour at virtualtour.uwosh.edu.
Walking Tour: In the Oshkosh area and want to explore campus on your own? We’ve got you covered! The linked document is our walking tour and will lead you around the UW Oshkosh campus in roughly 60-90 minutes, or whatever pace works for you. Click here to download the walking tour.
Thanks for joining us!
This is the official end of the UW Oshkosh Virtual Preview Day Experience! Thank you so much for checking out everything that UW Oshkosh has to offer. We hope that once things begin to go back to normal, we can welcome you to campus. If you are ready to apply, that is great! The online application can be found at apply.wisconsin.edu. Applications are currently being accepted for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.
If you did not complete the form above, and would like to receive further communication from us, feel free to scroll back up to that section and complete that form!
In the meantime, if you have any questions, we are here to help:
- Live Chat with us. Click the button on the bottom right corner of your screen when the button reads “Chat is available” and chat with an Admissions Counselor in real time!
- Send us an email. You can either send us an email at email@example.com or visit our contact us page and get in contact with your Admissions Counselor.
- If you are a transfer student, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Explore our website. There are so any resources on our website, feel free to jump around and learn more about UWO.
We will continue to grow this page with more helpful information! Check back often for more resources!
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