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September 18th, 2022 McNair Showcase

The 2022 McNair Cohort received their certificates of completion at the annual UWO Showcase where students have the opportunity to present their research.

2022 MKN McNair Heartland Conference


The McNair Scholars Program office has relocated to Halsey 121. Stop by to visit us!

If you would like to learn more, please stop by Halsey 121 or email


Scroll down and click the “Student Perspective” button to watch the recording of McNair Scholars and their experience during the program.

Our Mission

Our UWO McNair Scholars Program seeks to empower high-achieving, first-generation, low-income, and racially minoritized undergraduates to realize their potential by providing opportunities to develop skills and gain the experiences that will prepare them for graduate study. Central to our mission is to build a community of scholarship where participants engage in faculty-mentored research, distinguished by active learning, mutual respect, and collaborative scholarship. Inherit in our mission is to harness the energy of a new and more diverse generation who is committed to scholarly inquiry.  


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Student Perspective

Find out what McNair Scholars think about their experience.

Eligibility Requirements

 Find out if you’re eligible for McNair!

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The UWO McNair program serves between 25 and 30 scholars in a given year, typically accepting 12-13 new students per year. Because becoming a McNair scholar takes a lot of forethought and planning, we strongly advise interested students to visit us as early as possible. We welcome your interest!


The UW Oshkosh McNair Scholars Program is 100%  funded through a TRIO grant from the United States Department of Education PR/Award Number  P217A170088. For 2020/2021, the UW Oshkosh McNair Scholars Program will receive $260,309 in federal funds.