Health and Safety at UWO
Students studying in Oshkosh enjoy one of the safest communities in the U.S!
We proactively plan to keep our community and our students safe well into the future and understand that both being safe and feeling safe help create the right environment for students and studying.
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER
All students may take advantage of services available from experienced physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, medical technologists and health educators at the Student Health Center.
There is no charge for office visits for Oshkosh campus students.
When compared with similar services offered off campus, fees charged at the Student Health Center for lab work, testing, vaccinations, medications and other services are minimal.
Fox Cities and Fond du Lac students will be subject to modest Student Health Center fees.
UW Oshkosh campus Resources
The UW Oshkosh Police Department offers a variety of programs that help educate people in ways to keep themselves and their property safe.
It’s encouraged that students become familiar with the published campus safety and security procedures that cover crime, as well as the emergency response and preparedness plans for events such as natural disasters.
Learn about campus news, events and support resources right from your mobile phone. Mobile users on campus also have quick access to important safety resources, including the UWO Safe Walk program, incident reporting tools and the ability to chat or call the UWO Police Department.
The UWO Mobile App is available for students, faculty, staff and guests on all three campuses of UWO. All users have the option to receive campus safety notifications, including weather and emergency alerts.
TitanAlerts are text-message alert system used to communicate important campus information right to your mobile phone.
You can sign up to receive information about severe weather warnings or campus emergencies that have a direct impact on UW Oshkosh classes and operations — events such as thunderstorm and tornado warnings, blizzards and other threats to the schedules, safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff and guests.