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Setting things up:
New Adjunct Resources
Anyone can use the resources on this page, though they are compiled specifically for adjuncts new to the program:
NetID Help (universal UWO log in)
Activate your account! (for new adjuncts)
To do so, visit https://netid.uwosh.edu/changePassword and choose “First-time Activation”.
Enter the appropriate information in each box.
Be sure to read the Password Requirements on the right side of that web page!
Having problems with activation? Call the HelpDesk, (920) 424-3020.
OR, Reset your password!
The first time you need to reset your password, you should call the Help Desk, 920-424-3020 (M-F, 7:30-4:30).
As soon as your password is set, we HIGHLY recommend setting up self-service password recovery, that way you can reset a forgotten password on your own at any time, rather than calling the Help Desk during business hours.
SET UP SELF-SERVICE PASSWORD RECOVERY:
The beginning of the below instructions reference logging in to Microsoft Office tools.To do this, start at uwosh.edu, hover over Titan Services in the top right corner, and click Office 365.
If you have Self-Service set up, follow these instructions:
Your UWO Email account is run through Outlook (Office 365).
Click here for instructions: https://kb.uwosh.edu/93217
DUO App Set-Up
UW Oshkosh IT requires DUO Multi-Factor Authentication on some UWO sites as an additional security measure. CAPPlink is one of those sites.
See these instructions to get started: https://uwosh.edu/it/service-offering/two-factor-authentication/
Online Registration on MyUWO Portal
MyUWO houses all registration forms for students.
Direct link to MyUWO (log in with NetID): https://portal.housing.uwosh.edu/
How to use MyUWO for approvals: Click here to open instructions
Roster Verification on CAPPlink
It is VITAL that your rosters are 100% correct, as this affects billing and permanent student records.
Click here and sign in with your NetID (you’ll need DUO authentication): https://capp.uwosh.edu/?page_id=8
Use these instructions to verify your roster each term: Roster Verification Instructions on CAPPlink
During your class:
Canvas (optional resource) (assignments, class rosters, tracking mid-class grades)
Canvas is our online course management system (like Blackboard or D2L). It is an optional resource. You can use it to post assignments, assessments, readings, and resources, but ONLY enrolled CAPP students will have access.
You will need your NetID and DUO authentication to log into Canvas.
Visit Reports on CAPPlink
Once on CAPPlink, click on the Visit Reports tile.
Click here and sign in with your NetID: https://capp.uwosh.edu/?page_id=8
End of your class:
Titan Web is the official student/faculty/staff database at UW Oshkosh.
CAPP Adjuncts mostly use TitanWeb to submit official grades, but it can also be used to check official rosters.
Grades are due 5 days after the last day of your CAPP class (only a single end-of-course grade should be submitted).
Click here for eGrading instructions.
SOS Results (Student Opinion Surveys)
SOS results can be viewed through TitanWeb after each course. Click here for instructions.
Professional Development Funds Request
*Please note: The process for submitting professional development funds requests has changed. Incorrectly submitted request forms may be ineligible for reimbursement.*
Funds are accessed as reimbursement following expenses related to professional development in your field. Some examples of expenses that can be reimbursed are those related to discipline-specific conferences, tuition for graduate credits in your discipline, supplies for your CAPP classroom, and more.
In order to request approval of these funds, please complete the correct form below and submit the form via email to the CAPP Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once your request has been processed and approved by the CAPP Directors and your liaison, you will receive an email clearing you to proceed with your purchase or registration.
Do NOT make purchases or register for courses before receiving your response from the CAPP Office. Reimbursement cannot be guaranteed for funds spent prior to receiving your approval email.
Note that in order to be reimbursed, you must follow all UW System policies. Please contact CAPP with questions.
The forms below will auto-download when you click them.
Use this form if you are seeking reimbursement for any travel-related expense: Professional Development-Travel
Use this form if you are seeking reimbursement for all non-travel expenses (except tuition reimbursement): Professional Development-Purchasing
Use this form if you are seeking reimbursement for graduate credits: Professional Development Request–Tuition
W-9 (Address Update)
A current W-9 is required for UW Oshkosh to pay you, usually as a professional development reimbursement or yearly honorarium.
Tips to complete:
- Leave box 2 blank
- Check “Individual” in box 3
- You MUST include your SSN – if this is missing your form is invalid
- You MUST physically sign the form – if this is missing your form is invalid
- You MUST include the date of your signature – if this is missing your form is invalid
A new W-9 is required any time your mailing address changes (your responsibility to tell us) or if the existing form is over 2 years old (CAPP Office will tell you when this happens).
Here is the form: https://uwosh.edu/capp/wp-content/uploads/sites/127/2021/08/fw9.pdf
Forms to Drop CAPP Courses (students)
There are two different forms used to drop from CAPP courses. Please complete all forms using standard blue or black ink.
Drop Card: Use this form if you are enrolled in multiple CAPP courses and wish to drop one but remain in others.
Term Withdrawal Form: Use this form if you are dropping all CAPP courses in a term, whether it is 1 out of 1 course or 4 out of 4 courses.
**Make sure you provide the correct course information. If you submit a form that has incorrect or incomplete information, the form will not be accepted. You may view course information on MyUWO Portal (see online registration instructions for students)
Forms must be received by the drop deadline. You may review the drop deadline for the current term here: View Semester Deadlines. Please email completed drop forms to the CAPP Office at email@example.com.
IF THE CAPP OFFICE APPROVES OF A LATE DROP, THERE IS A SEPARATE FORM. Please contact CAPP for the correct form.
CAPP Workshop Attendance
- CAPP Adjunct Handbook (full information of all policies)
- Adademic Misconduct:
- Distance Learning Policy
- Retro Credit Policy
General Campus Information
UW Oshkosh Grading Scale
Check with your department for a percentage-based scale
TitanCards (UW Oshkosh ID Cards)
TitanCards are the official identification card for every student, faculty and staff member at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Schools participating in CAPP may choose to have their students get Student ID Cards (UW Oshkosh TitanCards), courtesy of the CAP Program.
Services available with a TitanCard include:
- Borrowing privileges at UW Oshkosh Polk Library (NOT needed for electronic resources – use NetID log in)
- Access and borrowing privileges at other UW System libraries
- Use of UW Oshkosh computer labs
- Oshkosh Transit system
- Discounts for campus activities (varies)
Obtaining a TitanCard during Campus Visit
During your campus visit to UW Oshkosh, you can schedule time for your students to receive their TitanCard. They will have their photo taken and the cards can be picked up later that day.
Obtaining a TitanCard by Mail
Students may request their own TitanCard online here: https://uwosh.edu/reeve/titancard/capp/
In order for us mail out the TitanCards to those students, the school must sign a release, agreeing to verify official identification of the student before issuing the TitanCard (in order to match the on campus policy and procedure). Here is the online release, to be completed once per high school: https://uwosh.edu/reeve/forms/capp-titancard-release/
Note: Students who have previously been issued a TitanCard will be charged a $10 for a duplicate ID card.
Students who come to UW Oshkosh should bring their CAPP TitanCard to Odyssey. They will waive the fee to get a new ID.
Math Placement Exam
All students are required to take the UW System Math Placement exam prior to their first college course (CAPP included). To schedule a testing session at your high school (the spring prior to your class), contact Testing Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students have up to 2 chances to test sufficiently, and must allow a 15 day period in between testing attempts.
As of Fall 2019, the minimum placement/prerequisite scores for Math courses are as follows:
|Course||Math Fundamentals||Advanced Algebra||Trigonometry/ Analytic Geometry||Alternative Prerequisite|
|Math 108||466||150||150||Math 103 (C grade or higher) or equivalent|
|Math 171||561||571||611||Math 108 (C grade or higher) or equivalent|
|Math 172||–||–||–||Math 171 (C grade or higher), or score 3 or higher on AP Calc AB Exam|
|Math 273||–||–||–||Math 172 (C grade or higher) or score 4 or 5 on the AP Calc BC Exam|
- Academic Calendars
- Assigning Incomplete Grades (COLS only)
- Tuition (on campus)
- Notice of Nondiscrimination
UW Oshkosh CAPP
Hours: M–F 7:45 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Temporary Location: Sage 4451
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI 54901