KEEPING US SAFE
In order to keep our campus safe and cultivate a strong and inclusive learning environment, all students, faculty, and staff will have to contribute. Embracing awareness and considering how our decisions and actions affect our community will be pivotal in the success of our “new normal.”
All faculty, staff, students, and guests to the University are required to wear a face covering while inside University buildings, including classrooms.
All faculty, staff and students of UW Oshkosh are required to participate in training related to reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Take the Pledge
All faculty, staff and students are also required to take the “Titan Pledge” for behavior designed to keep our Titan community safe.
With the unveiling of the Recovery Task Force’s framework to reopen our campus for fall 2020, we know many of you are anxious to plan your classes for September, find out what campus will look like, and learn more about our plans to safeguard your health. While we are moving forward, we must first give the implementation teams time to do their work.
The urgency to safely return to our campuses and carry out our mission to transform lives is evident now more than ever. Knowing this, I share good news with you today: UW Oshkosh is moving forward with reopening our campuses for fall semester.
As we close out the spring semester, we understand the question on many minds is: What is going to happen in the fall? We want you to be prepared to answer that question, even as we work through a plan to reopen our campuses.
In an ordinary spring, we close the academic year with congratulations and celebration for our graduates and gratitude to our excellent faculty and staff. I will not break from tradition. However, I must state the obvious: this has been no ordinary spring.
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The Titans Rise campaign supports critical programs, scholarships and emergency funds for UW Oshkosh students. Due to the generosity of our Titan community, we have reached nearly $85,000 in donations.
Current students who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are encouraged to apply for grants at this link:
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.
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has compiled a list of internet providers who are offering cost reductions and other benefits to students and workers who need service during the coronavirus outbreak response. View free and reduced-cost internet service options in Wisconsin.