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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Student resources and involvement opportunities
Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence
The Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence (ASIE) is dedicated to the academic growth and personal development of UW Oshkosh students including structurally excluded groups comprising first-generation, low-income, students of color, women, and LGBTQ+ students.
ASIE aims to empower and inform students, faculty, staff and the broader community to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive campus climate through outreach initiatives, educational programming, leadership opportunities and multicultural events.
Indigenous Student Support and Wellness
– Titan Men of Diversity
– Latinos Unidos Navigating Academica (LUNA)
LGBTQ+ Resource Center
Multicultural Retention Programs
Multicultural Education Center
Student Support Services
Titan Advantage Program
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students Office serves a central role in supporting student learning and development by fostering academic and social networks through which students develop as intentional learners and global citizens.
Dean of Students – Accessibility Center
The Accessibility Center at UW Oshkosh is committed to being an active partner with students, faculty and staff to provide services and support for students with disabilities ensuring equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of the university programs, services and activities on all three of our campuses.
The Department of Residence Life is committed to creating an open and diverse living environment that is physically and psychologically safe, respectful and civil; where individual and human differences and diversity of thought are understood, accepted, and celebrated.
To this end, a designated Rainbow Floor provides students with the flexibility to accommodate the needs of LGBTQ+/GSM (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer+/gender and sexual minorities) students, allies, and others for whom cultural or identity considerations require a new way of looking at room assignments, residence communities, and other housing issues. Students can choose to room with the person they are most comfortable living with, regardless of gender or sexuality. An inclusive community is one committed to social justice and based on respect for and celebration of people of diverse sexualities and genders.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center is dedicated to providing support for military personnel, including active duty veterans, guard members, reservists and dependents of veterans on all three campuses of UW Oshkosh.
The ASIE website has a list of diversity-focused student organizations. Students can also use Titan Connection to find information about all the activities and student organizations they can join.
Student Employment Opportunities
ASIE also helps students find diversity-focused employment in the Titan Advantage Program and other opportunities at UW Oshkosh.
African American Studies Program (Minor)
American Sign Language and Deaf Culture (Certificate)
Educational Leadership and Policy – Leadership for Social Justice (Graduate Certificate)
Global Scholar Program (currently transitioning to a certificate)
Hmong Studies (Certificate)
Indigenous Studies (Certificate)
International Studies Program (Major/Minor)
Latino/a/x Studies – Forthcoming by 2022
LGBTQ+ Studies (Certificate)
McNair Scholars Program
Religious Studies Program (Major/Minor)
Social Justice Program (Minor)
Sociology – Social Equity and Diversity (Certificate)
Women’s and Gender Studies
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
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Oshkosh, WI 54901