degree seeking students
UW Oshkosh offers nearly 250 majors, minors and emphases in programs recognized nationally for excellence. Students participate in hands-on research opportunities as early as their freshman year. And with faculty and staff who put students at the heart of all that they do, you’ll be able to thrive, grow and get the personalized support you need to reach your goals.
GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES.
Oshkosh is ranked as the No. 1 best college town and the No. 4 most livable small city in the United States. We don’t need national rankings to tell us how awesome it is to live in Wisconsin’s Event City, but we sure do like to hear that others think we’re great, too!
INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE
International students wishing to study in the USA should be able to focus on their education rather than worrying about how to pay for it.
Scholarships are gifts of money that do not need to be repaid, provided the enrollment period is completed. Explore the following scholarships for more information.
UW Oshkosh International Student Scholarship
Bachelor’s students who will complete a full degree at UW Oshkosh, who demonstrate a commitment to their own educational development, and who commit to using their education and skills to contribute to their community may be eligible for the UW Oshkosh International Student Scholarship. Scholarships range from $1,979 – $7,914 (USD) per year based on full-time enrollment.
How to Apply:
You must apply for this scholarship at the same to you apply for admission to UW Oshkosh. When submitting the “Immigration Document Application”, you will be prompted to upload your scholarship essay. Submitting an essay will automatically put you in consideration for this award.
Instructions on completing the Immigration Document Application and scholarship essay requirements are provided on our International Admissions webpage. This is STEP 4 for first-year applicants and STEP 5 for transfer applicants.
Eligibility to Apply: The following non-resident students are eligible to apply:
- An applicant for F-1 or J-1 status.
- A student in F-1 or J-1 status.
- A citizen of the U.S. whose legal residence is outside the U.S.
- Applicants for political asylum will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Eligibility to Receive a Scholarship: Clearly demonstrated financial need
Application Deadline: The application must be submitted when applying to UW Oshkosh.
Continuing students are only eligible to submit a new or adjusted Scholarship Application if they can provide written evidence that their financial situation/their sponsors financial situation has changed significantly. In addition applicants have to prove that this change was “unforeseeable” and “beyond the applicants and/or the sponsors control”.
Any questions regarding the International Student Scholarship can be directed to email@example.com.
UW Oshkosh Scholarships
UW Oshkosh has a searchable scholarship database that features scholarships for everyone.
Only students who are admitted into UWO can apply for them. Adhere to application deadlines to ensure consideration.
ESTIMATED EXPENSES | FALL 2023-SPRING 2024
Every August, tuition and fees, housing, meal and insurance fees are updated.
Estimates may change for students beginning after August.
||Fond du Lac Campus
||Fox Cities Campus
|Full-time Tuition and Fees||$16,125*||$14,000||$13,809|
|All-Access Meal Plan||$3,680|
|Books and Student ID||$1,020||$1,010||$1,010|
Fees payable to UW Oshkosh include tuition & fees, housing and meals (Oshkosh campus only), books, student ID and health insurance. The housing fee for the Oshkosh Campus is based on the lowest-cost accommodation in triple rooms and includes the housing deposit. All students must purchase the UW System International Student Health Insurance Plan to be in compliance with U.S. Immigration policy and/or UW System requirements.