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Titan Takeoff

Hello Titan! We can’t wait to see you during your upcoming Titan Takeoff session. To prepare for Titan Takeoff, you must complete all of the following steps at least five days before your assigned Titan Takeoff date.

STEP 1 | Sign your Financial Agreement

If you do not sign your financial agreement, you CAN’T register for classes during your Titan Takeoff session. Each student has a to-do list found on their TitanWeb Student Center. One of the to-do items requires students to sign a financial agreement, which lays out the financial responsibilities related to enrollment.

STEP 2 | Major and Minor Planning

Review the academic advising materials available below prior to accessing your Pre-Advising Course.  In addition to reviewing the materials for new first-year students, you should review the materials for your specific academic college.  Check out the major/minor list to learn which major is part of each academic college.

STEP 3 | Complete Placement Testing

You MUST complete your placement testing two weeks prior to your Titan Takeoff session.  Students who do not have placement test scores available on their Titan Takeoff date will not be able to register for a full schedule of classes.

Learn more about placement testing

STEP 4 | Pre-Advising Course and Worksheet

It is essential to complete this step five days prior to your Titan Takeoff date. Complete the online pre-advising course (linked below) and worksheet.  Upon completion of the course, you will be redirected to the worksheet for completion.

As part of this course, you will complete a form that will help your academic advisor prepare for your appointment. You will need to know any CAPP, AP or other college credits that you may have earned or plan on earning before Fall 2021, along with your intended major and student ID number. You may pause and resume this course as needed. Each time you log in, the course will begin where you previously left off.

Students, your Pre-Advising course is accessible using your UW Oshkosh NetID and password.  Your NetID is the beginning of your UW Oshkosh email address (everything before the @uwosh.edu). If you no longer know your password, please contact our IT Help Desk at helpdesk@uwosh.edu or (920) 424-3020 to request a password reset.

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