Fall Session (Fall 2022)

ACT Prep – Currently in 9-12 Grades.  The ACT prep program provides instruction on the four academic areas of the ACT.  There are also optional pre and post ACT practice tests.  Academic subjects include English, reading, math and science. Dates: October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, and November 5, 2022

Campus Visit – Currently in 6-12 Grades The campus visit allows study to experience campus life first-hand.   Students will also participate in college readiness and admissions presentations. Students will have access to the same state-of-the-art facilities and equipment UW Oshkosh students and faculty use. Dates: October 27-29, 2022

Student in class during precollege programs

Summer Session One (June 18 - 24, 2023)

Exploring Science, Technology and Engineering Education Majors (ESTEEM) – Entering Grades 10-12 in fall of 2023 The ESTEEM program will provide hands-on laboratory experiences in a university setting to engage students and increase their interest in the science, technology, math and engineering fields. Students will have access to the same state-of-the-art facilities and equipment UW Oshkosh students and faculty use.

Young Entrepreneurial Scholars (YES) – Entering Grades 10-12 in fall of 2023: The YES program provides academic and professional development courses and activities to help students prepare for business careers in college. Students from the Milwaukee area who have a strong interest in accounting may also apply for the YES Internship. The YES program offers a six-week internship opportunity for eligible students that live in the Milwaukee area. Internship dates are June 27 – August 5, 2022.

Summer Mathematics and Reading Talent Scholars (SMARTS) – Entering Grade 7 in fall of 2023 Grade: The SMARTS program is designed to help students raise their academic performance in mathematics and reading at or above their grade level; promote academic success in other subject areas through competency in reading and mathematics.

Spring Session (Spring 2023)

ACT Prep – Currently in 9-12 Grades.  The ACT prep program provides instruction on the four academic areas of the ACT.  There are also optional pre and post ACT practice tests.  Academic subjects include English, reading, math and science. Dates: February 4,11,18,25 and March 4,11, 2023

Campus Visit – Currently in 6-12 Grades The campus visit allows study to experience campus life first-hand.   Students will also participate in college readiness and admissions presentations. Students will have access to the same state-of-the-art facilities and equipment UW Oshkosh students and faculty use. Dates: April 27-29, 2023

Summer Session Two (July 09-15 2023)

*Arc of Teaching (AT) – Entering Grades 8-12 in fall of 2023: The AT program will provide academic and professional development courses and activities to help students prepare and explore different careers in education prior to enrolling in college while enhancing their writing skills and abilities. The AT program will also provide students with in-depth group discussions on current issues that include inequalities and unjust issues in the United States of America, as well as internationally, and will seek to find solutions.

*Future Titans (FT-HS) – Entering Grades 10-12 in fall of 2023: The FT program is a one-week summer residential program. The focus of the program is to develop and enhance educational proficiency through learning experiences that are problem-solving based. In addition, the program challenges participants to discover themselves, explore new concepts and open their minds to the world of opportunity

*Future Titans (FT-MS) – Entering Grades 7-9 in fall of 2023 The FT program is a one-week summer residential program. The focus of the program is to develop and enhance educational proficiency through learning experiences that are problem-solving based. In addition, the program challenges participants to discover themselves, explore new concepts and open their minds to the world of opportunity.

*Pulse Medical Program (PM) – Entering Grades 9-12 in fall of 2023: The PM Program provides academic and professional development courses and activities to help students prepare for college nursing careers and other health related fields of study by gaining hands-on experience in the state-of-the-art laboratories used by UW Oshkosh nursing students.

*Pending DPI Funding

UW Oshkosh will accept PreCollege applications until all programs are full.

The University complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and the Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) Nondiscrimination provision for all students.