The Office of Academic Support for Inclusive Excellence (ASIE) aims to serve the diverse and dynamic needs of the UW Oshkosh student body. ASIE has four physical spaces, including the Campus Center for Equity and Diversity (Oshkosh), The Intersection (Fond du Lac Campus and Fox Cities Campus), and the Multicultural Education Center (MEC) (Oshkosh).
Indigenous Student Support & Wellness
Indigenous Student Support & Wellness (ISSW) is dedicated to helping Indigenous students grow academically and develop a stronger cultural identity.
Intercultural Engagement promotes the academic and professional development of Latino/a/Hispanic students (including undocumented students) and particularly men who identify as Asian, Black, Indigenous, and Latino/a/x Hispanic at UW Oshkosh.
The Intersection, Fond du Lac Campus
The Intersection is a physical space unique to the Fond du Lac campus where students and staff are invited to co-create an inclusive community.
The Intersection, Fox Cities Campus
The Intersection is a physical space unique to the Fox Cities campus where students and staff are invited to co-create an inclusive community.
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.
Multicultural Education Center
The Multicultural Education Center (MEC) is a unique place on campus that has evolved into a multipurpose resource center that seeks to bring people together to promote and celebrate diversity on campus, in the greater Oshkosh area, and in extended communities. MEC sponsors enrichment programs and activities designed to increase the level of understanding and appreciation for cultural diversity throughout the community.
Multicultural Retention Programs
Multicultural Retention Programs (MRP) 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.
Titan Advantage Program
The Titan Advantage Program (TAP) is an intensive program designed to provide incoming first-year students with all the secrets to success to make their journey to college the experience of a lifetime. The program runs for six weeks during the summer on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus.
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 exists to serve students, staff, faculty and community members. The Women’s Center hosts educational programs to address a variety of gender and social issues and provides resources for women and gender minorities.