Traveling Around Campus
For the majority of students, the most convenient and cost-effective way to get to and from classes is by foot. Our campus is quite compact—it only takes about 10 minutes to walk from one end to the other.
Save gas and stay fit by riding your bike. This “green” mode of transportation is inexpensive and time-efficient. Bike racks are located throughout campus.
Through a partnership with Zimride, UW Oshkosh offers an online, eco-friendly ride sharing program. UW Oshkosh Zimride helps you offer or request rides for commutes, road trips and popular events. If you have a car, split costs by offering rides. If you don’t have a car, find rides where you need to go.
Current students and staff have free access to the Oshkosh Transit (city buses) when presenting their Titan Card. Several routes cover all of Oshkosh.
Titan Transit, a student-led initiative, provides students and staff with an extended-hours bus service free of charge. Three routes are offered from 6-10 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
These routes are:
- North Side Route: Stops include the transit station, campus, primary off-campus student housing area, North High School, Pick ‘n Save and downtown.
- West Side Route: Stops include the transit station, Sears Grand, West High School and Titan Stadium.
- Frontage Road Route: Stops include Target, Marcus Cinema Ten, Wal-Mart, Festival Foods and Sears Grand.
Also part of Titan Transit is a late-night bus service, which runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. This service offers one route that runs continuously through the campus, north side off-campus housing and downtown.
For commuter students and students who live away from campus, driving may be the best option. The Parking Office offers several options for parking on campus.
Detailed maps of campus — static and interactive — are available, featuring academic buildings, residence halls and parking lots.
Located just two miles off of US-41 in Oshkosh, the UW Oshkosh campus is easy to access.