Fond du Lac Campus Schedule
Monday, February 20
Location: Commons – 400 University Dr, Fond du Lac, WI 54935
Enter the building by the main entrance/library entrance and follow the signs to the Commons on your right.
Parking: Follow University Drive around to the front of campus and park by the main entrance/library entrance. There is no parking permit required for the Fond du Lac Campus.
Associate of Arts and Science (AAS)
This is a two-year degree program, general education-based academic program with topics covering fine arts and humanities, mathematical and natural sciences, and social sciences.
Where you go and who you become is up to you–and with UW Oshkosh as part of your story your future is limitless. Titans are dreamers. They lead, they research and they succeed. They embrace what makes us different and the celebrate the things that unite us. At UW Oshkosh, every day is your opportunity to show up, take your swing and make your mark. With more than 250 academic programs, you’ll find the majors and minors that will launch you into the career of your dreams. With all that you can accomplish at at UWO, what kind of Titan will you be?
The Department of Art prepares students to be practitioners, educators, supporters and leaders in the professional art world. Students from all majors and backgrounds at UW Oshkosh are encouraged to take art courses to gain an appreciation for art and architecture today and throughout history.
The UW Oshkosh biology department has faculty with expertise in areas of biology from ichthyology to immunology, from parasitology to proteomics, from mycology to medical bacteriology.
Career & Professional Development
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Career & Professional Development office provides students with career information, advice and occupational guidance, and connects employers with qualified student interns and employees.
The UW Oshkosh Department of Chemistry offers American Chemical Society-certified bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and biochemistry, as well as chemistry with an emphasis in biomolecular science (for those interested in medical fields), and chemistry–secondary education.
College of Business
Titans benefit from an innovative curriculum that combines a strong foundation in liberal arts with comprehensive learning in all business functions, of professional-level internship experience, and an emphasis on networking and professional skills training. As a student, you will learn from award-winning faculty with a wide range of expertise and real-world experience. The College of Business’ strong ties with region provides students with abundant opportunities for internships, employment, community service and research.
College of Letters and Sciences
Mission: The College of Letters and Science provides a broad-based education that challenges students to explore a wide spectrum of knowledge about the human experience and the natural world, to enhance their skills of communication, critical thinking and problem solving, to understand and bridge cultural difference, and discover their own capacities for creative expression.
Through a broad array of courses and programs in the arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences, the COLS equips students for specific careers while also preparing them to be responsible citizens who understand and contribute to the complex and changing world in which they live.
COLS strongly supports faculty, staff, and students in their research and creative activities, in addition to fostering collaborative opportunities for wider community engagement at the university and beyond.
We are excited to present you with the information you need to learn more about communication studies majors and minors. The Communication Studies Program is best known for its relevant and future career-enhancing courses with professors from all around the country and abroad.
Department of Journalism
The Department of Journalism welcomes you to explore our program to find a career you love. We offer a dynamic, hands-on learning environment for majors and minors in advertising, multimedia journalism and public relations. We value the First Amendment, core journalism principles, writing and visual communication skills, creativity, professionalism and ethics.
Since its inception as a teacher-training school in 1871, UW Oshkosh has been recognized as a leader in education and offers the programs to help you accomplish your goals. Titans get the support they need to thrive with small class sizes and a wealth of student support services and personalized and academic advising.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects a 29% increase in the number of new teachers hired in public schools across the U.S. over the next five years. An estimated 2.2 million teachers will need to be hired and 700,000 of those will be new graduates.
The department offers major coursework in literature, cultural studies, linguistics, rhetoric, professional writing, and creative writing. With a major in English—either the Liberal Arts or Secondary Education version—you can expect to attain a level of familiarity with contemporary theoretical approaches applicable for both textual and writing studies, gain exposure to literature from a variety of cultural traditions, and practice writing in a range of genres. You will come to understand the many dimensions of the English discipline while also having the opportunity to pursue the dimensions that most interest you. English majors can also minor in creative writing, rhetoric, professional writing, and linguistics. Students majoring in other disciplines can minor in those three areas as well as literary studies. The requirements for the majors and minors are below.
Make an impact in a diverse field where graduates are in high demand! Sharpen your skills with a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Students gain hands-on, applied engineering experience in electrical, mechanical or environmental engineering through partnerships with regional leaders in the field. Engineering Technology and Engineering are separate but closely related professional fields. UW Oshkosh will help you discover which program is the best fit for you.
Our program gives students a broad interdisciplinary liberal arts education in environmental issues that students combine with specialized study that fits their interests and goals. We stress engagement, with students and faculty active in a variety of efforts and applying academic learning to real world problems and possibilities.
The mission of the Financial Aid Office is to provide current and helpful financial information to students and families in order to meet the costs associated with attending the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, regardless of financial need. We seek to provide access to all types of financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students alike in a caring, personal, and professional manner.
The Geography Department offers a comprehensive Geography major, along with a minor in Geography and a GIS Certificate. A Geography major/minor provides a window on a world made smaller by advances in telecommunications and transportation technologies, by the integrated operations of multinational corporations, by international terrorism and by environmental hazards that accompany global warming. Studying Geography enables us to better understand the interaction between these distant forces and nearby places to best solve our world’s problems.
Geology is the science of the whole Earth system including earthquakes, volcanoes, resources, life, environment, and climate. Geologists are curious and love to be outside. The Geology Department at UW Oshkosh focuses on undergraduate education in geology, and is focused on field experiences. Are you interested in the Earth, its environment, and its climate? Do you like to be outdoors? If so, geology is for you!
Students at UW Oshkosh can choose 36-credit major or 24-credit minor in history. The UWO Department of History is dedicated to teaching and researching the history of the world. We believe that obtaining a nuanced and informed historical perspective can help every citizen think critically, clearly and creatively.
The Exercise and Sport Science major utilizes a strong scientific base and experiential learning components for students interested in the field of Kinesiology, including careers in fitness, health, and wellness.
The mathematics department at UW Oshkosh consists of about 40 faculty, academic and administrative staff members dedicated to mathematics teaching and research. Housed in Swart Hall, the department has many technologically equipped teaching rooms, easy access to the Swart Hall computer lab and a free tutor lab for our students. We offer undergraduate majors and minors in several different mathematical emphases. The Master of Science in Mathematics Education is a program designed for the professional mathematics educator.
Our UWO McNair Scholars Program seeks to empower high-achieving, first-generation, low-income, and racially minoritized undergraduates to realize their potential by providing opportunities to develop skills and gain the experiences that will prepare them for graduate study. Central to our mission is to build a community of scholarship where participants engage in faculty-mentored research, distinguished by active learning, mutual respect, and collaborative scholarship. Inherit in our mission is to harness the energy of a new and more diverse generation who is committed to scholarly inquiry.
Medical Laboratory Science
A Medical Laboratory Science degree from UWO will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career in healthcare laboratories. Medical Laboratory Scientists (MLS) play a key role in the modern laboratory. Their primary responsibility is to perform tests on blood and other body fluids, and they are also responsible for laboratory procedures in areas such as clinical chemistry, microbiology, hematology, serology and urinalysis. Information gained through these tests can help a physician to identify a patient’s disease and evaluate effective treatment.
Online degrees offered through the Division of Online and Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh provide quality, affordable and flexible distance education options for lifelong learners of all ages.
Whether you are exploring a career change or are a middle-management professional looking to earn a promotion, our programs provide the quality of a degree from a University of Wisconsin System institution in an affordable and flexible 100% online learning environment.
Above all, we open the University to people outside of the traditional definition of a college student so contact us to take the first step toward your goals!
The Philosophy Department at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is located on the third floor of Radford Hall, in the heart of our scenic campus on the Fox River. We are proud of our high quality undergraduate program and of the scholarship produced by the department’s faculty. Our majors have been accepted by some of the best graduate philosophy programs in the country, and many of our students find careers in business, law, and medicine. If you are interested in the department’s courses, or if you are wondering how to become a philosophy major, minor, or certificate student, please explore this website further! If you have any questions, simply contact us via email or telephone, or come by the department in person – everyone is welcome!
Physics & Astronomy
We are dedicated to quality teaching in the classroom and in the laboratory. We also pride ourselves on the individual attention we give to our students. Upper-level physics courses typically enroll between 10-15 students.
The Political Science Department provides a comprehensive curriculum leading to a major in Political Science, minor in Political Science, Law and Policy, or Civic Engagement.
Radio TV Film
The UW Oshkosh Radio TV Film program offers a relevant, hands-on education that will help you establish a career in the field of modern media production.
With unparalleled access to our professional facilities and equipment, our students continue to produce work that wins national and regional awards year after year. Our students land internships and jobs in every corner of the media business from Atlanta to L.A., and produce shows, films and radio that you enjoy every day.
Don’t just consume content. Create it!
Reading and Study Skills
The Reading and Study Skills Center works with students of all abilities in developing the reading and study strategies that are essential for academic and career success. We teach academic skills courses, provide learning strategy coaching and conduct presentations and workshops that improve a student’s academic reading, time management and test preparation.
Social Justice Minor Program
Develop a secondary field of knowledge and expertise that will enable you to critically examine the values that constitute social justice in theory and practice, understand the principles of effective social activism, and formulate and evaluate policies that seek to address issues such as racism, violence, literacy, human rights, gender equity, gender expression, poverty, hunger and conservation of the environment.
When a student declares a sociology major or minor at UW Oshkosh, they are opening the doors to a career filled with wonder, excitement and lifelong learning.
By declaring a sociology major or minor, students both learn about themselves and learn how to analyze the world around them through a different lens. Sociology majors and minors go on to be leaders in all kinds of professions, from human resources, to market research, to public administration, to law enforcement and more.
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) provides a supportive environment for faculty and academic staff to pursue their research and teaching endeavors. Our office provides a full service menu to support you in your pursuit for external funding opportunities, proposal submission, and administration of your funded award. Oversight and administrative support is provided for research involving human subjects, animals used for teaching or research, and research and teaching involving recombinant DNA and biological materials.
The Intersection, part of the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence, is a physical space unique to the Fox Cities and Fond du Lac campuses where students and staff are invited to co-create an inclusive community.
We envision this space to be a supportive environment for students from historically excluded and/or structurally marginalized groups as well as an educational space for all.
SSS and SSS STEM are federal TRIO programs. The purpose of TRIO programs is to provide college access and success opportunities for first-generation students, students whose families have limited-income, and students with disabilities. TRIO programs provide academic tutoring, advising/counseling, mentoring, financial guidance, and other support services necessary for educational success. Over a million students receive services through the programs each year. The programs are funded through grants with the U.S. Department of Education.
UWO College of Nursing
The College of Nursing provides students the expert knowledge, clinical practice skills and critical thinking ability necessary for success in today’s healthcare industry. As the second-largest producer of baccalaureate nursing graduates in Wisconsin and the largest major on campus, UW Oshkosh ensures each student receives the best nursing education and training in the state. College of Nursing graduates consistently exceed the national pass rate for the National Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), a testament to the college’s excellence.
UWO-Fond du Lac Foundation, Inc.
The mission of the Foundation is to promote excellence at the Fond du Lac campus while enhancing the educational and cultural activities available on its campus.
The Foundation’s primary objectives are to provide scholarships for students and professional development opportunities for faculty and staff and to help improve the resources available to students, faculty and staff, the campus, and the foundation.
Women's and Gender Studies
The Women’s Studies Program was created at UW Oshkosh in 1974. It became the Women’s and Gender Studies Program in 2013, to more accurately reflect the contents of its curriculum. The program seamlessly aligns with the four priorities described in UWO’s strategic plan: enhance student success, promote academic excellence, expand community engagement and economic development, and build an inclusive and supportive institutional environment.