The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will blend in-person and remote instruction during the fall 2020 semester, ensuring campus safety by following best practices recommended by local, state and national health officials.


This dashboard provides information related to COVID-19 testing performed on our Oshkosh campus for UW Oshkosh employees and students. Data will be updated each weekday.


With the goal of navigating these uncertain times together while upholding our commitment to higher education, we ask every student, faculty and staff member to complete a short COVID-19 safety training module and take the Titan Safety Promise.



UW Oshkosh will maintain a primary focus on student and employee health.


Titans will return to a mixture of in-person and remote instruction for the fall 2020 semester.


Student housing options will be offered in a safe and responsible manner.


Titans will have the opportunity to learn and work remotely to the extent feasible.

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Continue to protect yourselves and your community

Continue to protect yourselves and your community

Thank you for your caution, care and courage as we continue this semester’s journey. Classes are well underway. Our campuses are active, and safely so. Students and faculty and staff members are making outstanding efforts to remain masked, to practice physical distancing and to keep hands and spaces sanitized.

Continue to protect yourselves and your community

Testing center adds hours; defined: close contact, quarantine

The COVID-19 testing center on the Oshkosh campus has added appointment times; also below you will find important information to help you understand if you are a close contact and what steps to take if you are asked to quarantine.

Continue to protect yourselves and your community

Supply and distribution of COVID-19 safety products

Since late May, Facilities Management, Planning & Construction and Risk and Safety have been assessing, planning and implementing many of the changes required to create a safer campus environment in light of COVID-19.


Town Hall with Dr. John Newman

Dr. John Newman, Chief Medical Officer at Aurora Medical Center, addressed the UWO community during a Chancellor’s Town Hall on Sept. 2; answering questions about COVID-19 response and safety at UWO. View the Town Hall recording here.


Learn about actions you can take to help make our UWO community more sustainable, and find resources for introducing these ideas to students and peers, on the SIRT Sustainability and COVID-19 website.

Research and Creative Activities

All UW Oshkosh faculty, staff, and students who engage in research or creative activity outside of classroom teaching activities are required to complete the Research and Creative Activity: Standard Operating Procedures Accommodation Form. Exceptions and accommodations requested in this form will be reviewed by Risk and Safety and shared with the appropriate college dean’s office.

Moving Courses Online: Information for Instructors

Our Instructional Continuity page contains advice and information for faculty and instructional academic staff, including specific instructions for moving course elements online.

Ergonomics At Home

These resources will guide you through setting up a healthy workstation for working or taking classes at home.

Ergonomics for Telecommuters

Handheld Devices

Titans rise together.

Titans are stronger together.

Titans are in this together.

Titans adapt together.

Titans will return together.