The equivalent of 911 in any European Union country is 112
UWO OFFICE | 1+(920) 424-0775
Students can connect with the Office of International Education Monday through Friday 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. CST.
UNIVERSITY POLICE | After Hours
- If you are studying outside of the U.S. and in need of emergency assistance contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate.
- If you are concerned about a loved one overseas, call:
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.