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University Studies Program
Pollock House
(920) 424-1402
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There are a variety of ways in which students can get involved with the University Studies Program.

Student Success Open Houses

Quest I students, you are invited to Student Success Open Houses at UW Oshkosh. Providing an introduction to campus resources is an important part of your first-year experience. These are resources that all students have access to and use throughout their academic journey at UW Oshkosh. Often times students visit these offices in person as part of their Quest I class components, but this year we are providing a virtual option to learn about them.

This is a two part experience. Part 1: watch the introduction videos about these offices to learn a little about how they support academic success.Part 2: attend a live virtual open house. Members of the staff will be there to explain what they do and answer your specific questions.


Part 1 – Introduction Videos:

Center for Academic Resources

Polk Library

Reading and Study Skills Center

Writing Center


Part 2 – Virtual Open House Recordings: (live sessions have ended)

Tuesday, October 13

Center for Academic Resources open house recording

Wednesday, October 14

Writing Center open house recording

Reading and Study Skills Center open house recording


Academic Open House Week

Join is for the second annual Academic Open House Week! View the schedule of open house events, and meet with UW Oshkosh staff and faculty from a variety of campus academic departments.

Peer Mentors

Peer Mentors are students who are trained and ready to help first-year students become familiar with academic life at UW Oshkosh. They have been chosen because of their success as a student and leadership on campus. They are here to help you succeed in your first year and beyond. Student and mentors (including students who want to be mentors!) can learn more on our Peer Mentor page.

Oshkosh Student Association

The Oshkosh Student Association has a committee to discuss issues and ideas for the University Studies Program, and it is open to all UW Oshkosh students. Learn more!


Pollock House
765 Algoma Boulevard
Oshkosh, WI 54901

(920) 424-1402