The Voice of the Student Body
Reeve Memorial Union
748 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI, 54901
Phone: (920) 424-3202
Oshkosh Student Association
What is OSA?
The Oshkosh Student Association is the student government that represents all students regarding issues and policies relating to academic and non-academic scores. Established in 1959, we are an advocate for the best interests of the students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. The State of Wisconsin affords all students the opportunity to provide input in all operations of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Voicing Opinions, Representing the Student Body
OSA is instrumental in voicing the opinions of the student body to University faculty, University of Wisconsin System administration, and the state and federal governments. OSA created Differential Tuition in 2004 to help supplement areas where budgets were severely cut by the state. Differential Tuition helped preserve quality student services such as the writing center, math lab, academic advising, career services, counseling center, reading center, and Oshkosh Scholar. In addition, OSA is also responsible for the distribution of $9 million in segregated fees that fully fund the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, Reeve Memorial Union, Children’s Learning and Care Center, and athletics. Other services and programs OSA has brought to the University include the Titan Readership Program, Titan Transit, Student Legal Services and Titan Savings Club.
OSA currently supports and allocates budgets to approximately 150 student organizations at UW Oshkosh. Along with allocating funds, OSA also oversees approval of new student organizations.
OSA Mission Statement
The Oshkosh Student Association (OSA) works collectively toward ensuring a prosperous collegiate experience for each student by representing, safeguarding and promoting the student’s interests and rights throughout the pursuit of knowledge.
Students interested in joining OSA as a senator or committee member are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 424-3202.