Counseling

Emergency Services

Same day crisis appointments are available for those experiencing any of the following:

  • thoughts of harm to self
  • thoughts of harm to others
  • recent loss
  • recent trauma

If you are experiencing thoughts of harm to yourself or others, recent loss, or recent trauma,  it is a crisis during regular business hours, please make the receptionist aware of this. If it is a crisis after hours, please contact 911, Winnebago County Mental Health at 920-233-7707, or your residence life staff member.

  • thoughts of harm to self
  • thoughts of harm to others
  • recent loss
  • recent trauma

Should a crisis occur after operating hours, please contact one of the following:

  • 911
  • Winnebago County Mental Health Crisis 920-233-7707
  • Fond du Lac County Mental Health Crisis 920-929-3535
  • Outagamie County Mental Health Crisis 920-832-4646
  • Calumet  County Mental Health Crisis 920-849-9317
  • Residence Life Staff Member
  • National Crisis Hotline 1-800-273-8255

Other Emergency Resources

If you experienced or witnessed a hate crime or bias incident:

Online Bias/Hate Incident Reporting Form

bias incident is any act, including conduct, speech, or expression, in which a biased motive (against a race, religion, disability status, ethnicity/national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation) is a clear contributing factor. A hate crime is a bias incident that has risen to the level of a crime. All hate crimes are bias incidents, but not all incidents are crimes.

If you need police assistance on campus:

Contact the UWO Police Department (UWOPD) at (920) 424-1212. UWOPD will assess the situation and dispatch appropriate personnel including paramedics, fire department and law enforcement.

If you have experienced sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or harassment:

Contact the Sexual & Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator at (920) 424-2024. The Sexual & Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator is located in Reeve Union 102L and is available to provide information, support and resources if you have experienced sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or harassment. These services are free and confidential to students, faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community.  The Sexual & Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator can also be contacted via a confidential email at advocate@uwosh.edu.

Other Resources

Student Health Center

(920) 424-2424The Student Health Center is a free and confidential health service for students. Like the Counseling Center, students will be seen immediately if they are feeling unsafe. The Health Center is located in Radford Hall.

Title IX (Sexual Violence)

(920) 424-2296

The Office of Equal Opportunity & Access provides oversight of Title IX investigations. Utilize their website to report a sexual violence incident, find more information, and check listings of on-campus and off-campus resources.

Dean of Students Office

(920) 424-3100

The Dean of Students Office supports students of UW Oshkosh through advocacy, care, guidance, and support.

 

UW Oshkosh Counseling Center

Student Success Center, Suite 240
750 Elmwood Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901