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Academic Resources

Offices and resources supporting class registration and academic success

Financial Resources

University offices for student accounts, financial aid, and scholarships

Services

Pertinent information and resources regarding student health, safety, and success

Social/Involvement Resources

Opportunities for making connections and getting involved at UWO

Support Resources

Resources for mental health, diversity/equity/inclusion, and accessibility

Campus Resources: Academic

FOND DU LAC AND FOX CITIES CAMPUSES

OSHKOSH CAMPUS

FOND DU LAC CAMPUS

Solution Center (Advising)
Solution Center

Room AE-115
920-929-1122
fdlinfo@uwc.edu

Academic advising is a very important part of your college experience. Your adviser can help you choose classes that promote progress toward your degree, identify coursework to help explore your interests and abilities to select a major, and build a class schedule that balances your homework and class load. Contact the Solution Center at (920) 929-1122 or email fdlinfo@uwosh.edu.

Developmental Math Lab
Developmental Math Lab

Room M1819
920-683-2747

The Developmental Math Lab provides support for students enrolled in Math 100/101 and Math 103. Send an email to a math tutor at fox-mathtutoring@uwosh.edu.
Include the name of your math class in the email.

Library
Library

Room UC-163
920-929-1145
FDL-CirculationDesk@uwc.edu

The library provides resources and services to facilitate teaching, learning, and research for the University community. Students can come to the library to use the space for study, check out books and other items, and get research help. Many of the library’s resources are available online through the library’s website.

Online Writing Lab
Online Writing Lab

The OWL staff can help you improve your writing in any course. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) is a free online writing resource available to students at the Fox Cities and Fond du Lac campuses. Any Fox Cities or Fond du Lac campus student may submit a paper to the OWL and receive feedback from a professional or student writing tutor in the Writing Pad.

Writing Tutor Assistance: Send an email to a writing tutor at fox-writingcenter@uwosh.edu

Discipline-Specific Tutoring
Discipline-Specific Tutoring

Discipline-specific tutoring includes free one-to-one tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI) services for all students on the UWO, Fox Cities and UWO, Fond du Lac campuses.

Services are designed to support students who have questions or need further assistance with reviewing a paper or math related questions.

Tutors are Fox Cities campus students who have received an “A” in English 102, have been recommended by their instructors and have undergone extensive tutor training.

Student Services (Accessibility Services, Emergency Grants)
Student Services (Accessibility Services, Emergency Grants)

The Accessibility Center is committed to being an active partner with students, faculty and staff to provide services and support for students with disabilities ensuring equal opportunity and access to participate in all aspects of university programs, services and activities on all three campuses. The Accessibility Center reviews documentation related to disabilities, meets with students to review documentation and assess functional impact in the educational environment and determines reasonable accommodations to assure equal access.

The UW Oshkosh Fond du Lac Campus Emergency Grant is available to students with an unexpected financial crisis that would cause a student to not complete the term, such as unexpected medical expenses, car repair, travel expenses for a family emergency or replacement of items due to loss or damage. Please contact the Solution Center for more information.

FOX CITIES CAMPUS

Solution Center (Advising)
Solution Center

Room M1161
920-832-2620
Fox-Info@uwc.edu

Academic Advising provides assistance to students regarding their majors and course selection. Academic Advising is comprised of professional advisors who serve as a resource to students, whether they are choosing a major, signing up for classes, reading an advisement report and more.  All Fox Cities campus students are assigned to a faculty or staff academic adviser. Your academic adviser assignment can be found in your TitanWeb account.

Your academic adviser can help you:

  • Explore academic and career goals
  • Select classes for major exploration and degree completion
  • Find academic resources
  • Learn how to use TitanWeb
  • Walk through the college transfer process
Developmental Math Lab
Developmental Math Lab

Room M1819
920-683-2747

The Developmental Math Lab provides support for students enrolled in Math 100/101 and Math 103. Send an email to a math tutor at fox-mathtutoring@uwosh.edu.
Include the name of your math class in the email.

Library
Library

Room M1233
920-832-2672
foxlibrary@uwosh.edu

The library provides research assistance, a variety of print and online resources for your academic work and study spaces for both individuals and groups.

Online Writing Lab
Online Writing Lab

The OWL staff can help you improve your writing in any course. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) is a free online writing resource available to students at the Fox Cities and Fond du Lac campuses. Any Fox Cities or Fond du Lac campus student may submit a paper to the OWL and receive feedback from a professional or student writing tutor in the Writing Pad.

Writing Tutor Assistance: Send an email to a writing tutor at fox-writingcenter@uwosh.edu

Discipline-Specific Tutoring
Discipline-Specific Tutoring

Discipline-specific tutoring includes free one-to-one tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI) services for all students on the UWO, Fox Cities and UWO, Fond du Lac campuses.

Services are designed to support students who have questions or need further assistance with reviewing a paper or math related questions.

Tutors are Fox Cities campus students who have received an “A” in English 102, have been recommended by their instructors and have undergone extensive tutor training.

Student Services (Accessibility Services, Emergency Grants)
Student Services (Accessibility Services, Emergency Grants)

The Accessibility Center is committed to being an active partner with students, faculty and staff to provide services and support for students with disabilities ensuring equal opportunity and access to participate in all aspects of university programs, services and activities on all three campuses. The Accessibility Center reviews documentation related to disabilities, meets with students to review documentation and assess functional impact in the educational environment and determines reasonable accommodations to assure equal access.

The UW Oshkosh Fox Cities Campus Emergency Grant is available to students with an unexpected financial crisis that would cause a student to not complete the term.

OSHKOSH CAMPUS

Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (Advising)
Undergraduate Advising Resource Center

Suite 202, Student Success Center
920-424-1268
advising@uwosh.edu

The Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (UARC) houses Professional Academic Advisors and a team of Peer Advising Liaisons or PALs. Advisors help students explore majors, select appropriate courses, develop degree completion plans, connect to campus resources and co-curricular opportunities and adopt the habits required for success. PALs are upper class students with extensive training to answer a wide array of advising and registration related questions. Advisors and PALs teach students the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully navigate university resources, policies and requirements independently. Students at UW Oshkosh start with a professional academic advisor in the UARC and eventually transition to a faculty advisor in the department of their major.

Developmental Math Lab

Math Lab

Room 301, Swart Hall

The Mathematics Department operates free drop-in tutor lab. Provides Tutoring for Math 100, 101 and 103.  *Please refer to Center for Academic Resources for tutoring for Math 104 and higher.

Project Success
Project Success

Room 26, Nursing Education
920-424-1033
projectsuccess@uwosh.edu

Project Success works with students with language based disabilities and offer various services with writing, reading and tutoring.  Many of the ADA accommodations are offered through Project Success and not directly from the Accessibility Center.  These include:  Extended time for exams, Quiet environment for exams, Exam readers, Exam scribes, Note-takers and Electronic textbooks available through the Accessibility Center.

Polk (Library)
Polk Library

920-424-7316
infodesk@uwosh.libanswers.com

In addition to Polk’s selection of more than a half million books, media titles and primary source collections on the shelves, students have borrowing privileges across the UW System, which boasts one of the 10 largest academic library collections in the country. Polk Library has an all-electronic journal collection of more than 54,000 titles. The professional academic librarians and staff are available to help students navigate their academic research. In addition to visiting classes for instruction sessions, staff are available for students in person, via chat, email, phone or one-on-one consultations. The Library is open over 90 hours per week and is a great place to work on assignments and study in a variety of environments. Find quiet study areas for solo work, workspaces for group projects and even private, tech-equipped study rooms.

Reading and Study Skills Center
Reading and Study Skills Center

Room 201, Nursing Education
920-424-1031
readingstudy@uwosh.edu

Learn more effective and efficient study and reading skills.  The Reading and Study Skills Center offers classes, workshops and individual assistance to students. Staff can assist with active learning strategies, note taking, test preparation and time management.

Registrar's Office
Registrar’s Office

Room 130, Dempsey Hall
(920) 424-3454
registrar@uwosh.edu

The Registrar’s office assists all students with records and registration, ordering transcripts, reviewing undergraduate degree audits, and assisting military-affiliated students in the Veterans Resource Center. Starting in Fall 2019, students of the Fox Cities and Fond du Lac campuses of UW Oshkosh will also use this office for registration.

Student Support Services and Student Support Services STEM
Student Support Services (SSS)
Student Support Services STEM (SSS STEM)

Room 120S, Campus Center for Equity and Diversity
920-424-3223
uwosss@uwosh.edu

Student Support Services (SSS) and Student Support Services STEM (SSS STEM) offer eligible students individualized assistance in the areas of: academic advising, strategies for academic success, career and major exploration, personal support, connections to campus resources, and financial aid and literacy. First-year students participate in a Learning Group which is led by upper-class SSS students. To take part in SSS and SSS STEM, students must be citizens or nationals of the United States or meet the residency requirements for Federal Student Financial Aid. They must also meet one of the following criteria: first-generation college student (neither parent has a four-year college degree) and/or the family has limited income. Students with documented disabilities may also be served. SSS and SSS STEM are TRIO programs funded through the U.S. Department of Education.

Center for Academic Resources (Tutoring)
Center for Academic Resources

Suite 102, Student Success Center
920-424-2290
car@uwosh.edu

The Center for Academic Resources (CAR) provides free one-on-one and small-group tutoring as well as Supplemental Instruction services for UW Oshkosh undergraduate students.
Tutoring benefits include individualized learning experiences, improved study strategies as well as increase in knowledge and understanding of material. CAR offers content tutoring where students work with a trained and faculty recommended peer tutor who has taken and been successful in the course. The CAR website lists the numerous 100- and 200- level courses for which support is available. Finally, Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions are held within larger 100- and 200-level lecture courses. Leaders conduct group review sessions each week that are centered on what you need to know to do well in the course. Supplemental Instruction Leaders re-attend lectures and work closely with course instructors to determine the focus of each week.

Writing Center
Writing Center

Student Success Center, Suite 102

The UWO Writing Center is a relaxed, friendly place to get free feedback on writing, presentations, and speeches. Services are available to all current undergraduate and graduate UWO students.

Campus Resources: Financial

All three campuses of UW Oshkosh
Oshkosh | Fond du Lac | Fox Cities

Financial Aid Office
Financial Aid
Dempsey Hall, Room 104

The mission of the Financial Aid Office is to provide current and helpful financial information to students and families such as understanding the financial aid process including determining eligibility, applying for financial aid and additional financial assistance. The Financial Aid office offers a variety of assistance sources to help students meet their financial needs while attending college.

Types of Financial Aid

  • Grants: As a form of need-based financial aid, grants do not need to be repaid.
  • Loans: Loans are borrowed funds that must be repaid, with interest.
  • Scholarships: Based on many factors—including academic, talent, achievement and financial need—scholarships are awards that do not need to be repaid, provided the enrollment period is completed.
  • Work-Study: The federal work-study program finances jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay educational expenses.

Campus Resources: Services

Campus Services

FOND DU LAC CAMPUS

Accessibility Services
Solution Center

Room AE-115
920-929-1122
fdlinfo@uwc.edu

The Student Affairs/Solution Center provides services to students with accessibility needs. Students need to register for services. Accommodations can be made for needs in an out of the classroom.

Bookstore
Bookstore

920-929-1376
fdlbook@uwc.edu

The bookstore provides class textbooks to students. Students may choose to rent or purchase new, used, or digital textbooks in store or online. Online purchases can be shipped to you or be picked up in the store. In addition we also carry UW Fond du Lac apparel as well as school supplies online and in store.

Computer Labs
Computer Labs

Campuses offer variety of labs to support students. Labs offers the necessary software for academic work and provide opportunities for students to print on campus.

Food Services
Food Services

Room UC-110
920-929-1374
fdlfood@uwc.edu

The Falcon’s Nest cafeteria is located off the Commons in the University Center and is open for brunch, lunch and snacks.

Vue Campus (Housing)
Vue Campus Student Living

Located within steps of the Fond du Lac campus, Vue Campus Student Living is a privately managed student apartment community serving the students of the Fond du Lac campus of UW Oshkosh and other surrounding schools. We guarantee you will truly love where you live. By living in Vue Campus, you will have the opportunity to expand your social network by meeting new friends locally and around the globe. Our campus style living will provide a creative environment to help you succeed!

All apartments come fully furnished. Vue Campus will offer 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments and and 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartments. Property amenities include study rooms, high speed Internet, a fitness center and some great outdoor spaces to lounge and cookout.

Answer Desk (IT)
Answer Desk

Room UC-163
920-929-1144
uwc-caseanswerdesk@uwc.edu

First line IT support for students, faculty and staff.

Titancards (ID Card)
Get your Titancard

Titancards are useful for all kinds of reasons including discounts at various local stores. Get yours today!

Student Employment
Student Employment

Student employment is a great way to earn while you learn. Consider the various opportunities on your campus.

Veterans Services
Veterans Services

Veterans Services serves all military-affiliated students including prior service veterans, current members of the National Guard or Reserves, active duty personnel, and dependents and/or spouses of veterans.

FOX CITIES CAMPUS

Accessibility Services
Solution Center

Room M1161
920-832-2620
Fox-Info@uwc.edu

The Student Affairs/Solution Center provides services to students with accessibility needs. Students need to register for services. Accommodations can be made for needs in an out of the classroom.

Bookstore
Fox Cities Campus Bookstore

(920) 832-2665
Foxbooks@uwc.edu

The bookstore provides class textbooks to students. Students may choose to rent or purchase new, used, or digital textbooks in store or online. Online purchases can be shipped to you or be picked up in the store. In addition we also carry Fox Cities campus apparel as well as school supplies online and in store.

Career and Professional Development
University Children's Center (Child Care)
University Children’s Center

Separate building on east side of Main campus building
920-832-2606

The University Children’s Center is established to meet the needs of children between the ages of six months and six years. Our purpose is to help young children learn and grow and feel good about themselves. Our mission is to provide exemplary early care, education, and family support through the use of early childhood practices within the Fox Cities campus learning community and our collaborating partners.

Computer Labs
Computer Labs

Campuses offer variety of labs to support students. Labs offers the necessary software for academic work and provide opportunities for students to print on campus.

Food Services
Food Services

920-832-2644
foxfood@uwc.edu

The cafeteria provides walk-up food service during limited hours each week, typically mornings through afternoon weekdays.

Fox Village (Housing)
Fox Village

The Fox Village is an all-inclusive, student housing community specifically designed to create a safe, supportive, and engaging environment. The Fox Village is privately managed and provides premium accommodations in an environment conducive to academic achievement and well-being.

IT Support
IT Support

Room M1233
920-832-2672
FOX-CASEAnswerDesk@uwc.edu

First line IT support for students, faculty and staff.

Parking and Transportation Services
Parking and Transportation Services

920-832-2641

Parking is available for students in designated areas only. Permits are required.

Titancards (ID Card)
Get your Titancard

Titancards are useful for all kinds of reasons including discounts at various local stores. Get yours today!

Student Employment
Student Employment

Student employment is a great way to earn while you learn. Consider the various opportunities on your campus.

Veterans Services
Veterans Services

Veterans Services serves all military-affiliated students including prior service veterans, current members of the National Guard or Reserves, active duty personnel, and dependents and/or spouses of veterans.

OSHKOSH CAMPUS

Accessibility Center
Accessibility Center

Room 125, Dempsey Hall
920-424-3100
accessibilitycenter@uwosh.edu

The Accessibility Center provides accommodation services for students who register with different abilities. Accommodations can be provided in the classroom and accommodation referrals can be submitted from the Accessibility Center for various service areas (dining, parking, and residence halls).

University Books and More (Bookstore)
University Books and More

Main Concourse, Reeve Union
Customer Service (non-textbook): 920-424-0277
Textbook: 920-424-2312

University Books and More and Corner Convenience Store support the academic environment of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, and provides quality service and merchandise while recognizing our customers’ diverse needs. In addition to textbooks, the bookstore offers clothing, supplies, a variety of fair trade items and gifts.

Career and Professional Development
Career and Professional Development

Room 125, Student Success Center
920-424-2181
career@uwosh.edu

Career and Professional Development at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh provides students with career information, advice and occupational guidance, and tools to be successful. Student success is fostered by Career and Professional Development through the acquisition of knowledge, practice of skills, reflection on experience and demonstration of career readiness.
As the world economy is constantly changing, the need for students to be equipped and ready for opportunities is imperative throughout your educational process. Employers are now focusing on internships/relevant experiences as the main instrument for hiring students beyond graduation.

Children's Learning and Care Center (Child Care)
Children’s Learning and Care Center

Room 109, Lincoln Hall
920-424-0260

UW Oshkosh Children’s Learning and Care Center provides quality and affordable child care to UW Oshkosh students, employees, and the community. The Children’s Learning and Care Center believes in not only providing a nurturing and educational environment, but also a supportive and safe place for your children to grow socially, physically and emotionally.They serve and provide care for infants through age 10.

Computer Labs
Computer Labs

Campuses offer variety of labs to support students. Labs offers the necessary software for academic work and provide opportunities for students to print on campus

Food Services
University Dining

Room 104, Reeve Memorial Union
920-424-2391
dining@uwosh.edu

Students can find delicious, convenient meals at multiple dining locations on campus. Dining locations throughout campus include: Blackhawk Commons and 2Go@BHC, Reeve Union’s Marketplace, Titan Underground and Mi Taza Coffeehouse, Scotty’s in Scott Hall, Sage Café in Sage Hall, Cafe Clow in Clow Hall, and Mi Taza To Go in Halsey Science Center. Cash, Credit Cards, Titan Dollars, UWO Gift Cards and Meals are accepted as forms of payment at most dining locations.

Department of Residence Life (Housing)
Department of Residence Life

South Office Suite 2, Gruenhagen Conference Center
920-424-3212
housing@uwosh.edu

The Department of Residence Life is committed to providing comfortable, clean, well-maintained and affordable residence hall environments where the personal development and academic success of students are encouraged and supported. We provide a caring, motivated, helpful and well-trained staff who support the mission and goals of the Department of Residence Life. We establish an open and diverse environment that promotes the understanding and acceptance of cultural, ethnic, racial, physical, sexual and religious differences.

Titan Central (ID Card)
Titan Central

Main Concourse, Reeve Union
920-424-1234
titancentral@uwosh.edu

Titan Central is located on the First Floor of Reeve Memorial Union and provides students their TitanCard, Titan Dollar program, Campus Lost and Found, USPS Retail Postal Services, with the ability to purchase meal plans as well as managing the campus information line.

Information Technology
Information Technology

920-424-3020
helpdesk@uwosh.edu

Clow Technology Center: Clow C010
Student Technology Center: Polk Library 005
Event Support: Reeve Union 104

IT can help with NetID accounts, MFA, and Wireless connectivity issues.  IT can also assist with basic troubleshooting and technology questions.

Many answers can be found directly from our KnowledgeBase at https://kb.uwosh.edu/.

International Education
Office of International Education

Dempsey Hall Room 202

The Office of International Education matches current UWO students with study abroad and National Student Exchange opportunities, advises international students on University and Intensive English Program admissions and immigration regulations, and supports UW Oshkosh faculty and academic staff in the development of group programs abroad.

Parking and Transportation Services
Parking and Transportation Services

Room 8, Blackhawk Commons
920-424-4455
parking@uwosh.edu

Parking and Transportation Services can assist with all of your questions while parking at UW Oshkosh. No matter where you live or how often you drive to campus, all the information about parking at UW Oshkosh is available online. Permits are required for all vehicles year round (even if classes are not in session).

Student Employment
Student Employment

Student employment is a great way to earn while you learn. Consider the various opportunities on your campus. Log in to Handshake at the above link and look for available jobs on and off campus. 

Energy

Student Health Center
UWO Student Health Center 

Radford Hall, First Floor

The Student Health Center at UW Oshkosh offers healthcare services to currently enrolled students. Services include medical care, such as birth control, GYN exam and Pap test, illnesses and injuries, immunizations, physical exams and procedures. The UWO Student Health Center also offers laboratory, psychiatry, nutrition, travel health, prescriptions, and medical records services.  The Student Health Center will also provide some services for COVID-19 testing.

Email: studenthealth@uwosh.edu

Veterans Resource Center
Veterans Resource Center

Room 130, Dempsey Hall
920-424-1804
veterans@uwosh.edu

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is dedicated to supporting our University’s current and prospective student veterans, guard members, reservists, and spouses and dependents of veterans. The VRC assists them in exploring their military educational benefits and connects them with University and community resources in order to empower them with the tools needed to achieve their academic and professional goals. The VRC provides a central location to connect with other veterans, students, and friends.

Campus Resources: Social/Involvement

FOND DU LAC CAMPUS

Athletics and Recreation
Athletics and Recreation

Gym Building
920-929-1178

Collegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Student Workers in Athletic Department
We offer: Women’s Volleyball, Coed Soccer, Coed Golf, Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Coed Tennis

FOX CITIES CAMPUS

Athletics and Recreation
Athletics and Recreation

Room M1815
920-832-2806

The Cyclones Athletic Programs offers you something universities can’t – the chance to play immediately. Our programs will not only help you develop athletically, but academically as well. We are committed to challenging you on the court, on the course and in the classroom.

OSHKOSH CAMPUS

Intercollegiate Athletics
Intercollegiate Athletics

Room 123, Kolf Sports Center
920-424-1034

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics support and extend the missions of UW-Oshkosh by shaping an environment that promotes excellence in student achievement, academic success and personal growth; and identifies and communicates the needs and concerns of student-athletes to the University community and beyond. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to providing an equitable multi-sport athletic program for male and female students.

Student Recreation and Wellness
Student Recreation and Wellness

Student Recreation and Wellness Center
920-424-1245
studentrecreation@uwosh.edu

The Department of Student Recreation and Wellness offers UWO Students an opportunity to live active and meaningful lives while on campus. Programs and services include: group fitness, aquatics, outdoor adventure, intramural sports, sport clubs, personal training, health promotion, and drop-in recreation and fitness. As a department within the Division of Student Affairs, Student Recreation and Wellness is committed to supporting lasting success, engagement, and healthy lifestyles for our campus community. We accomplish this through comprehensive services, programs, well maintained facilities, and welcoming staff.

Reeve Union
Reeve Union

Room 104, Reeve Memorial Union
920-424-2346
reeveadmin@uwosh.edu

Reeve Union is home to a variety of services (UW Credit Union, Copy This!, Titan Central, University Books and More, Steinhilber Art Gallery, and dining locations), in addition to the Student Involvement Center, meeting rooms, places to study, and just hang out. Reeve Union: Bringing Campus to Life.

Campus Resources: Support

All three campuses of UW Oshkosh
Oshkosh | Fond du Lac | Fox Cities

Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence
Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence

Campus Center for Equity and Diversity
920-424-3080
asie@uwosh.edu

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 provides academic support and resources, inclusive excellence training programs andscholarships. 

 ASIE works to connect students with the academic resources and involvement opportunities they need to flourish both inside and outside the classroom.  From classroom to career, we’re here for you — Indigenous Student Support and Wellness; Intercultural Engagement, Mentorship, and Community Advocacy; LGBTQ+ Resource Center; McNair Scholars Program; Student Achievement Services; Student Support Services; Student Support Services STEM; Titan Advantage Program; and Women’s Center. 

Accessibility Services
Accessibility Center (Dean of Students Office)

Room 125, Dempsey Hall
920-424-3100
accessibilitycenter@uwosh.edu

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 and access to participate in all aspects of university programs, services and activities on all three campuses.  The Accessibility Center reviews documentation related to disabilities, meets with students to review documentation and assess functional impact in the educational environment and determines reasonable accommodations to assure equal access.

Counseling Center
Counseling Center

Room 240, Student Success Center, Oshkosh Campus
920-424-2061
counseling@uwosh.edu

Students at all three UW Oshkosh campuses can make use of the Counseling Center on the Oshkosh campus. There are also tele-mental health services for students on the Fox Cities and Fond du Lac campuses. The Counseling Center provides free and confidential treatment for mental health concerns and encourages strength-based approaches to enhance mental health. The center provides individual and group counseling, crisis services, wellness workshops, bio-feedback, animal assisted therapy, mindfulness services, meaningful exploration retreats, restorative yoga, student success coaching, career exploration, AODA intervention services, consultation and outreach. 

Dean of Students Office
Dean of Students Office

Room 125, Dempsey Hall
920-424-3100

The Dean of Students Office advocates for students, challenges and supports students, faculty and staff, cultivates learning and developmental opportunities and creates a space for students to be heard, valued and validated. This office works to solve problems, serves as the first step for students when they do not know where to turn, works to ensure a safe and inclusive community for students and works to protect the integrity of the university community.

The Dean of Students Office assists with Late Withdrawals and Late Drops from courses due to extenuating circumstances, can assist with writing an Out of Class Letter when a student is absent from class due to personal or medical circumstances and assists with Bias Incidents Reports. The Dean of Students Office also has a network called Student Care Team (SCT) focused on prevention and early intervention for students who are experiencing distress. The office also manages student accessibility accommodations for students with disabilities, Title IX complaints as well as support for food and supplies.

Diversity and Inclusion Student Organizations
African American Studies Club For more information, contact Advisors Dr. Alphonso Simpson at (920) 424-0939; simpsona@uwosh.edu.

 

Asian Student Association (ASA) promotes cultural awareness within a social and academic environment through a network of diverse Asian connection. The ASA organization is open to everyone interested in learning more about Asian cultures and tradition. For more information, contact Dr. Mai See Thao at (920) 424-7070; thoam@uwosh.edu.

 

Black Student Union (BSU) The purpose of the Black Student Union is to create a positive African American voice on campus and in the community. BSU focuses on the educational advancement of all students while encouraging cultural awareness, leadership development and building a strong alliance with organization and resources on campus. BSU addresses the advancement of students through cultural, educational and civic activities. For more information, contact Advisor Byron Adams at (920) 424-3081; adamsb@uwosh.edu.

 

Campus for Awareness and Relationship Education (CARE) is a peer education group consisting of female and male ally students focused on raising awareness and preventing dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and harassment on campus. Peer Educators provide educational programs about Healthy Relationships, Consent, Sexual Rights and how to be a Male Ally. In addition to serving as a campus resource on the topic of relationship violence, CARE offers presentations that are available to all university student groups, classes and community organizations. For more information, contact Emily O’Connor at oconnore@uwosh.edu.

 

Gentlemen of Excellence (GOE) is a social and cultural student-led group committed to improving the personal and professional growth of male students in the areas of leadership development, and service projects in the Oshkosh community. Through programming directed at the building of self-esteem, self-determination, and conference attendance, GOE promote effective means of collaboration with other groups—on campus, locally and regionally—leading to greater outreach and engagement of male students. For more information, contact Advisor Dr. Carlos J. Salazar at (920) 424-2245; salazarc@uwosh.edu.

 

Hmong Student Union (HSU) Hmong Student Union (HSU) The Hmong Student Union promotes the cultural, social, and educational interests of all UW Oshkosh students and serves as the elected voice of Hmong students on campus and within the Oshkosh and surrounding communities. For more information, contact advisor Dr. Mai See Thao at (920) 424-7070; thoam@uwosh.edu.

 

Inter-Tribal Student Council (ITSC) The purpose of the Inter-Tribal Student Council is to cultivate and educate the UW Oshkosh campus and surrounding communities about Indigenous cultures. The organization seeks to accomplish this by providing social, cultural, and educational programs and events. For more information, contact Advisor Dr. Heidi Nicholls at (920) 424-7183; nichollsh@uwosh.edu.

 

Multicultural Student Coalition (MSC) strives to promote student leadership and success through fostering a passion for diversity in our community by offering a variety of cultural experiences and serving as a platform and voice for multicultural issues. For more information, contact Byron Adams at (920) 424-3081; adamsb@uwosh.edu.

 

Q+Unity  Q+Unity is a social club at UW Oshkosh for the LGBTQ/GSRD and/or Queer community, as well as its allies. Join us as we socialize, watch movies, do crafts, play games, and more! For more information, contact adviser Rich Marshall at (920) 424-1430; marshalr@uwosh.edu.

 

Rainbow Alliance for HOPE Rainbow Alliance for HOPE (Helping Others Perceive Equality) is a student organization on campus that supports, educates and provides a social environment for GSRD (Gender, sexual and romantically divergent) students and their allies. For more information, contact Co-advisors Dr. Liz Cannon at (920) 424-3462; cannon@uwosh.edu or Rich Marshall at (920) 424-1430; marshalr@uwosh.edu.

 

Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) serves to promote student leadership and involvement by planning social and cultural event to educate the community about the Latino/Hispanic cultures. For more information, contact Advisor Esmeralda Delgado, at (920) 424-3164; delgadoe@uwosh.edu.

 

Sisterhood is dedicated to empowering young women of color at the University to improve their personal and professional growth and development by helping them with self-esteem, self-determination, motivation, and confidence building. For more information, contact advisor Dr. Heidi Nicholls at (920) 424-7183; nichollsh@uwosh.edu.

 

Women’s Advocacy Council is a student group on campus dedicated to feminist activism. WAC student members work closely with the Women’s and Gender Studies program and the Women’s Center to advocate for gender equity. They bring speakers to campus and sponsor and co-sponsor many other events and activities. For more information, contact Co-advisors Dr. Alicia Johnson at (920) 424-3247; johnsoal@uwosh.edu or Dr. Jessica Luca at (920) 424-1102; lucasjr@uwosh.edu.

Inclusive Excellence/Campus Diversity Resources
UWO Bias Incident or Crime Reporting Form: https://uwosh.edu/police/bias-incident-report/

Equal Opportunity Equity and Affirmative Action: https://uwosh.edu/

UWO Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Council: https://uwosh.edu/equity/wdei/

Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence: https://uwosh.edu/asie/

Student Affairs Inclusive Excellence Committee: https://uwosh.edu/student-affairs/ 

 

Presentation – We Are Titans

“We Are Titans” is a presentation that serves as a primer for understanding and valuing diversity and inclusion on campus. It is geared towards new students; however, it the presentation may also be beneficial for students at any point in their college career.

Contact: Dr. Alicia Johnson, Director of the Women’s Center and Instructor for Women’s and Gender Studies Department.

 

Training – S.A.F.E.

Help make UW Oshkosh a safer and more welcoming place for the LGBTQ+ community by participating in S.A.F.E. Training (Students, Staff and Faculty for Equality). Participants take part in a three-hour, interactive workshop designed to introduce LGBTQ+ terms, culture, challenges often encountered by LGBTQ+ people, and how to be an effective ally both in and out of the classroom.

Contact: Dr. Liz Cannon, Director of the LGBTQ+ Resource Center and Instructor for Women’s and Gender Studies Department.

 

Polk Library Anti-Racist Reading & Viewing:

https://www.uwosh.edu/library/help/faq/finding-specific-types-of-materials/anti-racist-reading-viewing

LGBTQ+ Resource Center
LGBTQ+ Resource Center

Room 8, Campus Center for Equity and Diversity
920-424-3465
lgbtqcenter@uwosh.edu

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh LGBTQ+ Resource Center is constantly working to create awareness across the University by identifying and responding to the concerns and needs of LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty and our allies. Our mission is to create a safe, inclusive, and affirming campus climate that fosters academic success and personal growth for students, faculty, and staff of all genders and sexualities through education, advocacy, and support.

Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Prevention
Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Prevention

Room 102L,Reeve Union
920-424-2024
advocate@uwosh.edu

UW Oshkosh is committed to providing the safest campus possible for our students, faculty, and staff. Sexual and interpersonal violence, including dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking, is prohibited and will not be tolerated.

Health Promotion & Wellness and other departments across the university offer a wide range of year-round services and programs to support survivors and provide education around sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, consent, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention.

The Cabinet – Student Food Pantry
UW Oshkosh Food Pantry

The Oshkosh Student Food Pantry is open to any enrolled UW Oshkosh student.
Please direct any service requests, questions, comments, or concerns to the OSA Office Manager, klavet08@uwosh.edu

Women’s Center
Women’s Center

Campus Center for Equity and Diversity
920-424-0963
womenscenter@uwosh.edu

Women’s Center hosts educational programs to address a variety of gender and social issues and provides resources for women and gender minorities. The Women’s Center exists to serve students, staff, faculty and community members.

FOND DU LAC CAMPUS

Student Affairs
Student Affairs

Room AE-115
920-929-1122
fdlinfo@uwc.edu

The Student Affairs Office is a friendly place to start for questions you may have regarding admissions, registration, adding or dropping classes, withdrawal from classes, financial aid questions, accommodations for disabilities, transfer advising, placement testing, academic success, career, academic, and general advising questions.

Safety and Security
Safety/Security

Fond du Lac Police Department, 126 N. Main St., Fond du Lac, WI
Non-Emergency: 920-322-3700

The Fond du Lac campus of UW Oshkosh works in partnership with the Fond du Lac Police Department and other municipal partners to provide incident response and safety/security services to the Fond du Lac campus. In an emergency, you should call 911.

FOX CITIES CAMPUS

Student Affairs
Student Affairs

Room M1161
920-832-2620
fox-info@uwc.edu

The Student Affairs Office is a friendly place to start for questions you may have regarding admissions, registration, adding or dropping classes, withdrawal from classes, financial aid questions, accommodations for disabilities, transfer advising, placement testing, academic success, career, academic, and general advising questions.

Safety and Security
Safety and Security

Menasha Police Department, 430 First Street, Menasha, WI
Non-Emergency: 920-967-3500
police@ci.menasha.wi.us

The Fox Cities Campus of UW Oshkosh works in partnership with the Menasha Police Department and other municipal partners to provide incident response and safety/security services to the Fox Cities campus. In an emergency, you should call 911.

OSHKOSH CAMPUS

Student Affairs
Student Affairs

Room 148, Dempsey Hall
920-424-4000
uwostudentaffairs@uwosh.edu

Home of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, New Student and Family Programs as well as the Regional Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Access Campuses.

UW Oshkosh Police Department
UW Oshkosh Police Department

738 High Ave., Oshkosh, WI
920-424-1212

The UW Oshkosh Police Department is dedicated to developing partnerships with the community we serve in order to support and enhance the mission of the UW Oshkosh. As a team, we will preserve a learning environment that prevents crime, fear of crime, and disorder while supporting inclusivity, excellence and quality of life across campus, providing a safe environment for all community members and visitors.