Need support now?
We care about you, and want you to get connected to the support you need.
Same day appointments are available Monday-Friday, during office hours for those experiencing any of the following:
- thoughts of ending your life
- thoughts of harm to self or others
- a recent loss
- a recent trauma
*If you feel you are in crisis, and it’s during office hours, please stop by or call the Counseling Center and our staff will work with you to get you needed support.
If you believe there is immediate danger of severe injury or damage, CALL 911 or the UW Oshkosh police at Ext. 1212 before
FILLING OUT THIS REPORT
After Hours Emergency Support
Should a crisis occur after hours, please utilize the following emergency resources:
- CALL 911
- UW 24/7 Mental Health Support Line:
- National suicide and crisis lifeline: CALL or TEXT 988
- Country Crisis Lines:
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office supports students of UW Oshkosh through advocacy, care, guidance, and support.
Student Health Center
The 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)
If you have experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual exploitation or stalking please know there are confidential and non-confidential resources to help support you.
The Office of Equal Opportunity & Access provides oversight of Title IX investigations. Utilize the Title IX website to report a sexual violence incident, find more information, and check listings of on-campus and off-campus resources. (920) 424-2296