An education from UW Oshkosh is a transformative experience. Your time here will inspire you, shape you and broaden your horizons.
With a strong research focus and national ranking in sustainability, Titans demonstrate on a daily basis what students can do to change the world. Students are at the heart of all that we do—from cutting-edge general education to our student-centered approach.
In addition to academic programs that meet 21st century needs, students at UW Oshkosh explore broad subjects through our nationally recognized general education curriculum that celebrates inclusive excellence, fuels imagination and champions critical thinking.
The UW Oshkosh traditions of academic excellence, research and sustainability mean everything we do is done with a global perspective. And our students agree—Titans challenge themselves and those around them every day to make a difference.
I invite you to continue exploring here and to visit us in person–come see for yourself what Titans Are.
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Chancellor Leavitt’s Blog
Today, UW System President Ray Cross announced his plans to retire. I am sharing the UW System’s announcement, which you can also find HERE. I once heard President Cross refer to the UW System as the “Department of the Future.” I will not forget that. He made it his...read more
The following are my 2019 Opening Day Convocation remarks and address, shared with the faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's three campuses on Sept. 3 at the Culver Family Welcome Center. You can see the full recording of the Awards Ceremony and...read more
Campus Communities, The 2019-2021 budget signed today by Gov. Tony Evers will help UW Oshkosh begin the long-awaited renovations of the Clow Social Science Center/Nursing-Education building. I am pleased with the investment in higher education being made by our...read more
As Titans, we are destined to succeed and achieve. As we act with a bold vision, we stand ready to work in partnership with others to serve, support and advance our students, our region, our state and the world.