The University offers students a wide variety of resources on campus to help as they work towards graduation. Below are just some of the other resources available. For more details on each, please visit the specific department’s website.
The UWO Writing Center
The Writing Center is a relaxed, friendly place to get free feedback on writing, presentations, and speeches. They are open to all current (both undergraduate and graduate) UWO students. The Writing Center provides free face-to-face sessions for writers of any level in any discipline. Use the Writing Center at any stage of the writing process for any assignment or project.
Reading & Study Skills Center
The Reading & Study Skills Center is an all-university service whose mission is to facilitate the development of efficient college-level learning strategies in students of all abilities. Strategies for improved textbook study, time management, note-taking, test preparation and test-taking are taught through both credit courses and non-credit services. Please refer to their website for more information.
Developmental Math Lab
Located in Swart Hall 301, the Developmental Math Lab welcomes all Math 100 Elementary Algebra I, Math 101 Elementary Algebra II, and Math 103 Intermediate Algebra students. To find a schedule of their open hours, please visit their website.
Polk Library provides access to over 500,000 traditional print book collections (books, journals, periodicals, microforms, government documents, etc) and over 25,000 electronic text databases in the form of journal collections and books. They can provide research help, a quiet place to study, group study rooms, and much more! Take a look at all they have to offer by visiting their website.
Accounting, Economics, and Information Systems Tutoring
The College of Business provides accounting tutors for select courses in these departments in Sage 2478. Please contact the College of Business for more information.
Computer Science Tutoring
Open tutoring sessions in Halsey. Classes targeted for tutoring include Comp Sci 142, 221, 251, and 262. Please contact the Computer Science Department for more information.
Help for 100-level geology courses is available on a drop-in basis in Harrington 114. Please visit their website for more information.
Other On-Campus Student Resources
Career & Professional Development
Provides students with with career information, advice and occupational guidance. Students are also able to utilize the Career Closet, which provides students with the opportunity to find interview appropriate attire for free (up to four items per semester). Please visit their website for more information.
The Counseling Center provides a place of inspiration and wellness of all students. Their approach includes a balance of treating mental illness concerns and strengthening the essential aspects of mental health. They offer confidential counseling services on campus in the Student Success Center. Please visit their website for more information.
Dean of Students
Supports students through advocacy, care, guidance, and support by among other activities, advocating for students, working to solve problems, serving as a first stop for students when they do not know where to turn, and working to ensure a safe and inclusive community for students.
The Accessibility Center is housed within the Dean of Students Office. Offering a range of services, they coordinate reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, providing students an opportunity to reach their full potential along with promoting independence and self-advocacy.
For more information, please contact their office.
Student Health Center
The Student Health Center at UW Oshkosh offers healthcare services to currently enrolled students. Services include medical care, such as birth control, GYN exam and PAP test, illnesses and injuries, immunizations, physical exams and procedures. The UWO Student Health Center also offers laboratory, psychiatry, nutrition, travel health, prescriptions, and medical records services. Visit their website to learn more about their services.
Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence
Works to support everyone on campus, providing students with a variety of resource centers (LGBTQ Resource Center, Women’s Center), services (Indigenous Student Support and Wellness, Men of Color Initiative, Student Support Services) and programming (Multicultural Retention Programs, PreCollege Programs) all located in the Campus Center for Equity & Diversity. Please visit their website to learn more about what they offer.
There are a variety of other resources for students that are not listed on this page. Please check out all UWO has to offer by following the link below.
Student Success Center, Suite 102
750 Elmwood Ave
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am - 7:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tutoring is online / in-person.