UW Oshkosh promotes the continuing education of employees. Employees may be reimbursed for authorized education and training. To find out more information about tuition reimbursement, click here.
To learn more about the details of worker’s compensation, click here.
Updating your Personal Information
Click here to learn how to update personal information such as:
- Home Address, Phone Numbers, Email Addresses
- Emergency Contacts
- Marital Status
- Release of Personal Information
Please note that changes to your personal information may take up to two days to be updated in the personal information module. Future dated address changes will not be updated until the date that you have specified. Please contact us if any of the information that you cannot edit, like your date of birth or social security number, is incorrect.
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
UW Oshkosh Children’s Learning and Care Center provides quality and affordable childcare to UW Oshkosh students, employees, and the community. Enrollment forms should be turned in with as much advance notice as possible. Scheduling is done on a first come-first served basis, with currently enrolled children having first priority, followed by UW Oshkosh students who have financial aid, then UW Oshkosh students without financial aid. UW Oshkosh employees and community are accepted after the student priority deadlines. The cost of campus childcare varies by age of child and whether they are enrolled in half-day or full-day schedules. Employees may choose to enroll in the Dependent Day Care Flex Spending Account to put away money pre-tax for childcare costs or costs related to other dependent care. Questions about campus childcare? Contact: Susan Finkel-Hoffman, Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacquie Pluim, Assistant Director, at email@example.com. There are also other highly rated childcare options in the Oshkosh community. Parents and guardians can search the Youngstar child care quality rating toolkit for additional options.
See this Fact Sheet for more information about your rights. Employee health insurance providers are required by the Affordable Care Act to cover the cost of a breast pump and lactation support services. The Birthing Center at Aurora Medical Center in Oshkosh includes certified lactation consultant support services. The Breastfeeding Alliance of Northeast Wisconsin also has a list of lactation resources in the Fox Valley. The UW Oshkosh Children’s Learning and Care Center is a breastfeeding-friendly childcare provider. The center has a lactation room on-site and the staff in the infant rooms work with nursing parents to cater to their baby’s individual needs.