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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.

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.

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

Help Desk: Room 207, Dempsey Hall
Classroom Support: Room C010, Clow; Room 259A, Halsey
Student Technology Center: Room 5, Polk Library
Event Support: Room 104, Reeve Union
Residence Hall Support: Room 104, South Gruenhagen

Primary student services include assistance with campus accounts and passwords, assistance with wifi connection of personal devices, access to campus computer labs, checkout and assistance with A/V equipment, and basic troubleshooting of technology questions. Many answers can be found directly from our KnowledgeBase at https://kb.uwosh.edu/. In addition, we are responsible for Information Technology security policy implementation to keep your accounts and data safe. Our full service catalog is available at https://uwosh.edu/it/service-catalog/.

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.

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.