Fond du Lac Campus
It’s time. You are ready to turn a new page in life, and we are ready to help you start your journey. Our tight-knit campus, affordable tuition and supportive professors are designed to give you a strong start to your college career. We are excited to have you here on campus!
To be considered for college admission, students must complete the following high school-level courses:
|Mathematics (including Algebra I and Geometry)||3|
|Academic Electives: Additional Courses from above or foreign language or fine arts or computer science||4|
ACT or SAT Scores (Currently optional due to testing limitations)
GPA and Class Rank
As long as you meet the course requirements listed above, your GPA and class rank most likely will not prevent you from being admitted to the Fond du Lac Campus of UW Oshkosh.
Questions on Admission Guidelines
Please contact Kara Koerner at email@example.com if you have questions about the admission guidelines for the Fond du Lac campus.
Ready to Apply?
We’re so happy you’re applying to the Fond du Lac campus of UW Oshkosh! Follow the steps below to make sure your application is completed successfully.
A completed application includes:
- Your application to the Fond du Lac campus
- Official or unofficial high school transcript
- ACT or SAT score (if under 21 years or younger)
- $25 nonrefundable application fee
STEP 1: Complete the UW System application for admissions
Visit apply.wisconsin.edu to start your application online!
Select “UW Oshkosh, Fond du Lac Campus” as your desired campus.
- Fall 2020 applications are available online and are currently being accepted.
- Spring 2021 applications are available online and are currently being accepted.
- Fall 2021 applications are available online and are currently being accepted.
Paper applications may also be obtained from any high school guidance office in Wisconsin or by contacting the UW Oshkosh Admissions Office, P.O. Box 2423, Oshkosh, WI 54903-2423.
STEP 2: Send an Official Transcript of All High School Coursework
Students may apply for admission by providing transcripts from a recognized high school showing coursework completed through their junior year. If available, official high school class rank should be provided on the transcript.
New this year, students are allowed to submit either an official or unofficial copy of their transcripts during the application process. It should be noted however, that if admitted, we require an official copy to be sent to the Admissions Office.
A recognized high school is one which is accredited either by a regional accrediting association or is recognized and accredited by a state department of public instruction or its equivalent.
Applicants who have not graduated from a recognized high school must provide evidence of satisfactory completion of the requirements for a high school equivalency certificate or a diploma from a recognized high school, school system or state department of public instruction based on a Graduation Equivalency Diploma (GED) examination and other established criteria.
Students may be conditionally accepted prior to high school graduation. Upon graduation, all accepted students must provide an official final transcript indicating a graduation date and successful completion of all required coursework. Failure to successfully complete any of the required units will result in revocation of admission.
Home school students are required to submit an official transcript of all course work completed and scores from either the ACT or SAT I standardized tests.
STEP 3: Send an Official ACT or SAT I Profile
Students who list UW Oshkosh as one of their receiving schools when registering for either exam will automatically have their scores reported by the testing agency. The ACT code for all three campuses of UW Oshkosh is 4674. The SAT code is 1916.
Students who did not request that UW Oshkosh receive their ACT or SAT I profile should contact American College Testing, (319) 337-1000 for ACT scores or the College Board at (800) 728-7267 for SAT I scores.
UW Oshkosh will use the highest composite test score submitted by the student for admission consideration.
STEP 4: Submit a $25 Nonrefundable Application Fee
If you are applying as a degree-seeking student to a UW System institution, the nonrefundable application fee of $25 is required. This fee can be paid electronically at the end of your application or submitted via paper check.
Waivers are available for students with demonstrated financial need. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to request a fee waiver form.
STEP 5: Application Status Notification
Usually, within two to three weeks after your application file is complete, you will receive an admissions decision letter from the University. An email will also be sent to the email address provided on your application.
If you would like to check the status of your application, follow these steps.
All application materials sent as paper copies should be forwarded to:
UW Oshkosh Admissions Office
P.O. Box 2423
Oshkosh, WI 54903-2423
Any paperwork that is sent express or overnight by any company other than U.S. postal services, should be sent to the following address:
UW Oshkosh Admissions Office
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Note: UPS, FedEx, Airborne, etc. DO NOT deliver to P.O. Box addresses
Applying to Oshkosh AND Fond du Lac campuses?
If you wish to apply to UWO–Oshkosh and UWO–Fond du Lac, then you only need to submit one application to UW Oshkosh. You do not need to submit an additional Fond du Lac campus application.
If you are admitted to UW Oshkosh and decide to attend the Fond du Lac campus instead, we can easily switch your campus of choice on your student record. If you are not admitted to UW Oshkosh, we will automatically review your materials for the Fond du Lac campus.
Need to make application changes?
If you need to make changes to your application after submitting it electronically, you can email us at email@example.com. You will not be able to edit your application on your own once it is submitted.
Application changes may include:
- Updating personal statement
- Updating personal information
- Adding courses in progress