Fox Cities Campus
Information for Transfer Students | Welcome!
Congratulations on your admission to the UW Oshkosh, Fox Cities Campus!Please review the following information for your next steps to prepare for enrollment.
If you have any questions along the way contact the Student Affairs Solution Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 832-2620.
You will need your NetID and password to access your UW Oshkosh email account. Please refer to your email from Admissions for instructions on how to use your NetID. If you are experiencing issues with your NetID or password, please contact the UWO Helpdesk at (920) 424-3020.
The coursework from your prior institution will be reviewed to determine if you had any transferable credit in math, English or world languages. If you do not have incoming math or English credits from another institution, you may be required to take the UW System placement tests. If you have taken the UW System placement tests previously, those results will be available to your advisor.
If you are unsure whether or not you need to take UW System placement tests or you need guidance on how to register for a test, please contact the Solution Center at (920) 832-2620.
Advising and Registration (A&R)
To initiate a meeting with an advisor to discuss your incoming transfer credits, degree planand future goals and to enroll in classes, you must complete the Pre-Advising Questionnaire. Once you have completed the questionnaire, the information will be shared with your academic advisor and you will be contacted to schedule a one-on-one A&R meeting.
Transfer Student Orientation
Orientation is an opportunity for students to get acquainted with campus before the semester begins, meet fellow classmates and get the answers to any remaining questions about college. Learn about the academic resources that are available to students, get introduced to student life opportunities and take a full tour of the Fox Cities campus. Orientation events are offered just prior to the start of the fall and spring semesters.
Students are encouraged to invite a parent, guardian or other supporter to the event. Students are limited to one guest.