UW Oshkosh is implementing additional restrictions in residence halls and dining practices, and we are stepping up testing of all Oshkosh campus residence hall students to stem the spread of COVID-19 on our campuses.
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.
UW Oshkosh is expanding on-campus COVID-19 testing at Albee Hall to increase appointment availability and to ensure a quick turn around on results.
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.
It’s hard to believe, but this is likely the last email I will send on our Titans Return plan before classes begin next week.
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.
UW Oshkosh has long had in place a system of alerts that notify us of the level of danger we face as a community from natural disasters, violence or other threats to our campuses.
Today I will spend the bulk of this communication talking about how UW Oshkosh will address positive COVID-19 cases on our campuses and the testing procedures we have put in place.
Dear University community, I have a number of updates to convey to you as we move through this final month before fall semester.
Dear University community, I have a number of updates to share with you today regarding our plans for the fall semester.