UW Oshkosh College of Business Centers and Institutes
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Center for Insurance & Risk Management was established in 2011. The Center helps develop students and prepare them for careers in the risk management and insurance professions. The program, guided by an Advisory Council of insurance executives, provides annual scholarships, sponsors insurance industry internships and obtains grants to attract future insurance industry leaders. The Center for Insurance & Risk Management also provides educational outreach to the local community and to the insurance industry.
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is staffed by experienced business professionals who provide free management counseling services for companies with up to 500 employees. They also have experience in helping both start-up and existing businesses secure financing.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alta Resources Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation was created to help service a growing entrepreneurial environment in the most unlikely of places. Originating from very “grass-roots” and humble beginnings, the Alta Resources CEI has grown to an entity recognized across the region and globally for its entrepreneurial programming, businesses launched, and seven-figure funding from local supporters.
The purpose of the Alta Resources CEI is to create awareness for entrepreneurship, foster entrepreneurial thinking, and assist students and faculty in developing their ideas into successful businesses.
The Center for Sustainable Enterprise (CSE) facilitates sustainable practices for new and existing organizations. By working with CSE, you can transform and energize your organization through UW Oshkosh sustainability-focused applied research and programs.