By the Numbers:

  • UW Oshkosh ranked No. 3 in the nation on Sierra magazine’s “Cool Schools” list for its commitment to sustainability, protecting the environment, addressing climate issues and encouraging environmental and social responsibility.
  • The UW Oshkosh-operated Living Healthy Community Clinic has provided $7.9 millionin medical services since its inception five years ago. More than 2,600 people were served through more than 18,800 interactions.
  • 77% of UW Oshkosh graduates live in communities throughout the state.
  • The average GPA of Titan student-athletes is 3.0. Read more about UW Oshkosh Titan success.
  • This year was the 25th anniversary of the Fox Valley Take Back the Night—an event that bridges campus and community to educate on and stop intimate partner violence and mobilize bystanders to speak up and reach out. Annually the walk begins on the UW Oshkosh campus and marches to the Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services Shelter in downtown Oshkosh.
  • UW Oshkosh’s innovative general education program—the University Studies Program (USP)—is now fully implemented and in its third full year. Read more about the community engagement component of the USP.
  • Nearly 60 volunteers—faculty, staff and alumni—welcomed and helped more than 3,000 students move into the residence halls at UW Oshkosh during move-in weekend.
  • The installation ceremony for Andrew J. Leavitt was held Sept. 18. Leavitt is the institution’s 11th chancellor. The community event, which was held at the EAA AirVenture museum, included 120 faculty and staff members in the processional. 712 chairs filled the Eagle Hangar. Read more about the installation.
  • UW Oshkosh’s own award-winning Chef Fritz Niebergall helped UW Oshkosh faculty, staff, students and community members celebrate Chancellor Leavitt’s installation with a traditional southern barbeque. 700 pounds of pork shoulder and 2,000 chickens were smoked for the event.


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