Maintaining a primary focus on student and employee health, UW Oshkosh will return to a mixture of in-person and remote instruction for the fall 2020 semester. Student housing options will be offered in a safe and responsible manner, and Titans will have the opportunity to learn and work remotely to the extent practicable. View information about the Titans Return plan here.

COVID-19 Response at UW Oshkosh

The top priority of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is to protect the health and safety of our campus community. Classes will continue through alternative delivery methods through the end of the spring semester and spring interim. Until further notice, only employees needed to deliver necessary campus services that cannot be completed through telecommuting will physically remain on UWO’s campuses.

Congratulating and celebrating all Titans

Congratulating and celebrating all Titans

In an ordinary spring, we close the academic year with congratulations and celebration for our graduates and gratitude to our excellent faculty and staff. I will not break from tradition. However, I must state the obvious: this has been no ordinary spring.

Congratulating and celebrating all Titans

CARES Act Emergency Grant

The federal government has established the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to help college students who are struggling with food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and/or child care expenses due to the disruptions of campus operations as a result of Covid-19.


University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community members are encouraged to:

  Practice good hygiene

  • Avoid handshakes and other contact greetings
  • Thoroughly wash hands often throughout the day
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with the inside of your elbow
  • Regularly disinfect often-touched surfaces and items, including tables, desks, doorknobs, handrails, light switches, shared keyboards, faucets and toilet handles
  • Open windows or adjust air conditioning to improve ventilation
  • Limit sharing of supplies and food

  Be careful with meetings and travel

  • Meet through video conference when possible
  • Hold in-person meetings in open, well-ventilated spaces
  • Assess the risks of business travel

  Stay home if you are feeling sick

  • Stay home if a household member is sick
  • Wash hands frequently if caring for sick family members
  • Provide additional care and a protected space for household members over 65 years old

Bias and Harrassment

COVID-19 is not connected to any particular ethnicity or race. Racist behaviors or stereotyping are not acceptable at UW Oshkosh. If you experience harassment or discrimination, please file a bias incident report here.

HEERF Reporting

UW Oshkosh is required to post periodic reports describing the use of funds distributed from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.

HEERF Report 1
HEERF Report 2


Safer At Home

The Office of the Governor and the Wisconsin DHS issued a “Safer at Home” order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, effective until at least 8am on Friday, April 24. Read frequently asked questions about Safer at Home and how it affects you.

Moving Courses Online: Information for Instructors

Our Instructional Continuity page contains advice and information for faculty and instructional academic staff, including specific instructions for moving course elements online.

Internet Access

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has compiled a list of internet providers who are offering cost reductions and other benefits to students and workers who need service during the coronavirus outbreak response. View free and reduced-cost internet service options in Wisconsin

Ergonomics At Home

These resources will guide you through setting up a healthy workstation for working or taking classes at home.

Ergonomics for Telecommuters

Handheld Devices