BOOSTER SHOTS NOW AVAILABLE
COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shots (as well as flu vaccinations) are now available at Albee Hall on the Oshkosh campus. Learn more about the Albee Hall testing and vaccination center.
Learn about COVID-19 response plans and expectations for the UW Oshkosh community this semester, including mask requirements for all regardless of vaccination status. View the Fall 2021 Frequently Asked Questions.
If you have one or more COVID-19 symptoms or if you have been identified as a close contact, you should schedule a COVID-19 test.
You can receive a free COVID-19 vaccination or booster shot from Advocate Aurora Health or one of many other regional vaccine providers.
View information about tests and positive cases at UW Oshkosh or report a conduct concern related to COVID-19 response protocol.
Beginning tomorrow, March 1, UW Oshkosh will lift indoor mask requirements on our campuses, except in the following spaces:
Today UW System President Thompson announced efforts to work with university chancellors to begin removing mask requirements on campuses as soon as March 1 and no later than institutions’ spring breaks.
We are headed in the right direction, but cases are still very high and we must be diligent. We expect the University to see an increase in positive cases for the beginning of spring semester as students return. Take steps now to protect yourself.
Masks are back for the start of spring semester, testing and vaccination will continue at Albee through spring semester for symptomatic employees and students. Testing is also vailable at Albee for symptomatic immediate household family members of University employees through Jan. 31.
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.
UW Oshkosh is required to post periodic reports describing the use of funds distributed from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.