UW Oshkosh COVID-19 Management
The University’s COVID-19 orders expired in March 2022, but our Emergency Operations Committee and campus leadership continue to monitor local, state and national COVID-19 data to inform decisions that will protect the health and safety of our employees, students and communities. The EOC will recommend changes in our campus protocols should conditions change.
COVID-19 vaccinations are not required at UW Oshkosh. However, we highly encourage all students and staff to get vaccinated and boosted if they are able.
Anyone who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or who has been exposed to the virus should immediately schedule a COVID-19 test. Close contacts should test at least 5 days after exposure to the virus.
For more information
Students with health-related questions or concerns should contact their healthcare provider or the UWO Student Health Center at 920-424-2424.
Employees with health-related questions or concerns should contact their healthcare provider.
Students who need on-campus quarantine or isolation housing should contact Residence Life Conference Services at 920-424-1106.
Public health guidance on quarantine and isolation: Quarantine and Isolation [CDC]
For media inquiries, contact (920) 267-0628.
Bias and Harrassment
Racist behaviors and stereotyping are not acceptable at UW Oshkosh. If you experience harassment or discrimination, please file a bias incident report here.
UW Oshkosh is required to post periodic reports describing the use of funds distributed from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting for all HEERF I, II, and III grant funds:
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