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May 12, 2022 – Algoma Reconstruction Update

It’s the last week of our Spring 2022 semester at UW Oshkosh which brings a little more traffic to campus due to move-out and commencement programs. This year just comes with a little more excitement because the City is working on updating streets on and near...

2022 Amnesty Week Rollout

UW Oshkosh Police Department is rolling out Amnesty Week. Each school year barricades, cones, signs and other construction equipment in place to protect our campus community disappears from campus – typically during evening hours. This year is no exception and with...

Spring 2022 Move-Out

Many areas of the UW Oshkosh campus are under construction through the typical May 2022 move-out week so we wanted to provide students, parents, employees, and the Oshkosh community with some additional information that will help maintain a level of organization...

May 5, 2022 – Algoma Reconstruction Update

Algoma Blvd remains closed and will remain closed while they continue to update utilities from Wisconsin St to W. New York Ave. Crosswalks and accessible access areas to get across Algoma Blvd will shift regularly so please stay alert and only use designated areas....

Spring 2022 – Campus Wildlife

Message from Bradley Spanbauer – Spring means increased activity of wildlife on campus. Many birds and other animals have returned to campus or are becoming more active, and are building nests or dens around campus to raise their young. Please do not disturb...

April 21, 2022 – Algoma Reconstruction Project

Algoma Boulevard remains closed from New York Avenue to Wisconsin Street however, the road closed signs aren’t always completely blocking the roadway for several reasons: Construction employees need to have entry/exit access to accomplish their work The area...