Sources to Help you Succeed
Graduate Student Online Orientation
Greetings UW Oshkosh graduate student! The successful completion of your degree, certificate or achievement program puts you in a select group of more than 13,000 graduate alumni over a 50-plus year history of graduate studies at UW Oshkosh.
As you know from your experiences as an undergraduate student or past graduate studies, navigating university policies, procedures, forms, web sites, offices and other services can be overwhelming! To help you, this web page is filled with links to information and resources that are especially useful to graduate students. These sources will help you access a lot of what you need to know for managing your graduate experience at UW Oshkosh.
Information about all parking policies, regulations, fees, permits, lots, campus maps, directions and useful information. You’ll also find information about special services between UW Oshkosh and the City of Oshkosh bus services
The official identification card for every student. It offers a convenient, easy and safe way to utilize campus services and make purchases.
Note: Federal regulations to prevent identity theft require you must present a government-issued ID — i.e. state driver’s license, passport, military ID, etc. — to have your TitanCard issued.
The university student union offers a food court, coffee shop, bookstore, convenience store, study areas, ATM, UWO Credit Union and many other services.
In addition to offering textbooks and school supplies, University Books & More sells a wide variety of UW Oshkosh apparel and accessories, magazines, DVDs and CDs. You can also purchase Dell computers as well as a variety of software.
Open to all students, a new, premier complex offers a broad range of health and wellness services and activities in addition to the excellent facilities.
Services, Support and Safety
Student Support and Services
Provides quality, affordable childcare for the students, faculty and staff of the University
Provides healthcare, education and outreach services to the student population; promote campus wellness; encourage healthy lifestyles and personal responsibilities to enhance student’s capacity for reaching academic and personal goals
The experience of finding, enrolling, checking, grading, scheduling and most all other activities about taking classes is online through the following websites and the university student record system, TitanWeb.
Remember: You will use your seven-digit student ID number for many things around campus. Protect it and the password.
Graduate Studies Office
Dempsey Hall, Room 345
Office hours Monday–Friday
7:45 a.m.–4:30 p.m
Phone: (920) 424-1223
Fax: (920) 424-0247