ASIE comprises seven distinct units that aim to serve the diverse and dynamic needs of the UW Oshkosh student body.
American Indian Student Services
American Indian Student Services (AISS) is dedicated to helping American Indian students grow academically and develop a stronger cultural identity.
LGBTQ+ Resource Center
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.
McNair Scholars Program
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.
Men of Color and Latino/a/Hispanic Initiatives
The Men of Color and Latino/a/Hispanic Initiatives (MCLHI) promotes the academic and professional development of Latino/a/Hispanic students (including undocumented students) and underrepresented males at UW Oshkosh.
Student Achievement Services
Student Achievement Services (SAS) is dedicated to the academic success of diverse students through support services, collaborations and high-impact programs that lead to greater student independence, academic achievement, personal development and lifelong learning.
TRIO Student Support Services
TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) / SSS STEM helps first-generation college students and students from limited-income families to maximize their potential and achieve their educational goals. TRIO SSS/SSS STEM offers the academic advising, guidance and positive support necessary to be successful in college.
The Women’s Center supports and promotes the personal, academic and professional achievements of women by offering opportunities to connect, become involved and lead. Programming and events aim to provide a deeper understanding of gender equity and how individuals can take action toward gender equity on campus and in society.
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