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Open Meetings Notice

Wisconsin’s Open Meetings Law embodies the principle that the public is entitled to the greatest possible information about government affairs. The law requires most government bodies to conduct official business in open meetings and to post in advance public notices. UW Oshkosh requires the submission of this online form and a second posting on a bulletin board near the meeting location, 48 hours ahead of the meeting time.

View open meetings and agendas on the Open Meetings Calendar. Visit the Academic Affairs website to learn more about the open meeting law and how it applies to UW Oshkosh meetings.


  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
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  • Include building and room number
  • List all agenda items to be addressed during open and closed session of this meeting. If an item is to be addressed during closed session, you must identify the specific statutory exemption.
    §19.85 (1)(a) case deliberation or hearing
    §19.85 (1)(b) dismissal, demotion, discipline; tenure action
    §19.85 (1)(c) consideration of employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data
    §19.85 (1)(f) consideration of financial, medical, social or personal histories or disciplinary data; preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems
    §19.8 (1)(g) conferring with legal counsel (litigation-related items)
  • Note -- your email address will not be published but is required for email confirmation that your notice has been received.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY


Abbreviated Listing of the Statutory Exemptions Allowing Closed Sessions

See the complete text in subsection 19.85 (1) of the Wisconsin Statutes) Section Abbreviated Description

  • §19.85 (1)(a) case deliberation or hearing
  • §19.85 (1)(b) dismissal, demotion, discipline; tenure action
  • §19.85 (1)(c) consideration of employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data
  • §19.85 (1)(f) consideration of financial, medical, social or personal histories or disciplinary data; preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems
  • §19.8 (1)(g) conferring with legal counsel (litigation-related items)