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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. 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. 

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

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. 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. 

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

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 is here to help the University provide an embracing, welcoming, safe and supportive environment for everyone: students, faculty, staff and our community members.

At UW Oshkosh, differences are expected, acknowledged, celebrated and treated with dignity.
The Division provides academic and student support services to assist in the recruitment, enrollment, retention and graduation of multicultural (African American, American Indian, Asian/Hmong, and Hispanic/Latino/a) and eligible first-generation, low-income students.
Through our PreCollege Programs, we also assist middle and high school students in their preparation for college. In fulfilling the mission of the University, the Division offers cultural, educational and social activities, with specialized services to enhance students’ academic and personal development to facilitate their adjustment to the campus environment.

Counseling Center

Counseling Center

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

The Counseling Center mission is to assist students to flourish which is to function well and feel good. Our focus is on the comprehensive wellness of the student. We provide treatment for mental illness concerns and encourage 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. The Counseling Center services are free and confidential.

Dean of Students Office

Dean of Students Office

Room 125, Dempsey Hall
920-424-3100

The Dean of Students Office supports students at UW Oshkosh through advocacy, care, guidance, and support. Specifically, our purpose is:
We fill the gaps in serving students
We help students navigate the institution
We are uniquely situated to positively influence the student experience
We help guide the institution on policies, laws, and regulations that affect students

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.

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.

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.

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.