Take the First Step Towardyour Bachelor's Degree
Take the First Step Toward your Bachelor’s Degree
The application process is free and you will have no obligation to take a CAPP course. Completing the admission application is required prior to registering for your CAPP courses.
Use your NetID login to register for your CAPP courses
Have you decided to become a UW Oshkosh Titan? We are excited to have you on campus in the near future! Since you already have been a UW Oshkosh student by taking CAPP classes in high school, we wanted to make you aware of a few things.
Your records at UWO have already begun!
If you received a student ID card (TitanCard) while a CAPP student, you will use that same card. If you have lost that card, a replacement card fee is $20.
Your UW Oshkosh Student ID number will remain the same.
You do not have to take any action for your credits to be recognized – we already have your course record!
Several scholarships of $500 each are available for any student who has completed at least one CAPP course, or who has a CAPP course in progress AND will be attending UW Oshkosh the coming fall as an undergraduate student. An additional $1,000 scholarship is available for students who meet the above criteria and will also be enrolling through the Honors College at UW Oshkosh.
Common College Lingo
FERPA: Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) gives students the right to access their academic records. FERPA requires that the college or university protects the confidentiality of student records. This includes being unable to disclose permission to parents of college students. Learn more about FERPA
Unofficial transcript vs. Official transcript: Unofficial transcripts are usually used for things like student academic advising. An official transcript is issued from the registrar’s office of your school and has the official school seal on it. Official transcripts are used to send information about your academic history to other schools that you are applying to.
Prerequisite: A prerequisite is a course that must be completed before taking another class. For example, Calculus I is a prerequisite for Calculus II.
Registrar: This a college official who is responsible for registering students as well as maintaining student records.
Course Catalog: A detailed list of all courses available at a particular college or university. A course catalog also contains school policies and other important information.
Credit hours: One credit hour is equal to one hour of class per week. For example, a class which meets for 3 hours per week is worth 3 credit hours, and students will be granted 3 credits for completing the course.
Plagiarism: Plagiarism is especially serious at a college level. Plagiarism may occur when you reference text or ideas from a different source without acknowledging the original source. Each school has a formal policy regarding plagiarism and students who are found plagiarizing will suffer consequences that may range from a 0 on the assignment or test, to academic probation or suspension, or in severe cases, expulsion from the college or university. Read more about plagiarism here.
We are happy to assist in the transcript request and credit transfer process.
UW Oshkosh CAPP
Hours: M–F 7:45 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Nursing/Education room 101
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI 54901