Understandably, we know there has been a lot of anxiety about how refunds would be processed, and how that would impact your student account. Thank you for your patience as these processes are being sorted out.
Classes have resumed online, and we could not be more proud of your adaptability and effort. We have two quick updates to address some questions many of you have been asking.
We are still advising! UARC advisors are meeting with students via phone (or video in some cases).
Today, as we settle in to our new routines I wanted to take a moment to say that I am proud of your resilience, adaptability and strength during these changing times.
All my good thoughts and best wishes are with you as we restart spring 2020 classes tomorrow, Monday, March 30. Your instructors have been working hard these past two weeks to prepare alternate deliveries and class activities to allow your stay on course to reach your goals.
All my good thoughts and best wishes are with you as we restart spring 2020 classes tomorrow, Monday, March 30. I am impressed and wowed by all of your preparations over these last two weeks. I thank you for the notes, support and ideas you have shared with me and your colleagues.
As courses switch to “alternate modes of delivery,” there may be new, emerging vulnerable populations – those with unexpected barriers. Below are some ideas to consider for your international students as you think about reaching them, helping them successfully complete the courses they are enrolled in, and being retained.
On Monday, our University will launch one of the biggest shifts we’ve ever undertaken in our educational delivery. UWO is ready to pull it off. You will continue to learn, grow and succeed.
It’s hard to believe, but it was just 10 weeks ago when we started to hear about a new virus impacting China. Since then, coronavirus has become a household word. Thank you all for helping navigate UWO through these powerful, historic currents.
I hope this message finds you and your families and loved ones in safe locations and in good spirits. We have received several emails this week and offer some responses below about some operational items in mail services, financial services and building security.
Many offices, departments and services have announced alterations in their services and business hours. View all changes to University operations here.
UW Oshkosh leadership will continue to publish decisions and announcements regarding the University response to coronavirus. Stay up-to-date with our FAQ.