Since 1871, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been providing residents of northeastern Wisconsin with high-quality, affordable education through 60 undergraduate majors, 30 master’s degree programs and one doctoral degree for our 14,500 students.
Our more than 650 faculty and academic staff are dedicated to student success, by providing support services, opportunities for learning, collaboration and growth. Through the innovative University Studies Program general education reform, our more than 14,500 students gain knowledge in sustainability, civic learning and intercultural knowledge. UW Oshkosh is where your goals meet success.
Led by the dedicated and accomplished Chancellor Andrew Leavitt, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's administration continues to drive Wisconsin forward by providing high-quality, affordable and comprehensive education to our students and community. Students, faculty, staff and the community are given numerous avenues at UW Oshkosh to contribute to the Wisconsin Idea, through research and volunteering.
Stretching beyond campus, UW Oshkosh's responsiveness to our region's, state's and nation's economic and leadership demands is evident through our colloborations throughout the region. The University provides an array of services to small businesses, organizations, has the Oshkosh Sports Complex as an exceptional community athletic venue for high school and middle school teams and provides learning opportunities for retired community members.
Our passion is serving residents of Wisconsin, as we strive to meet people in the heart of the Oshkosh community and beyond through our volunteer efforts, charity support, research services and community events. Our students learn social responsibility through our general education program, the University Studies Program, and apply it in the classroom, at an internship and in the workplace.
From biodigesters converting food and yard waste into biogases burned as energy to the first university in the U.S. designated as a Fair Trade Campus, UW Oshkosh is committed to environmental stewardship. Students gain a basic understanding of sustainability through the University Studies Program by addressing the question, “how do people understand and create a more sustainable world?”
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh — Where Excellence and Opportunity Meet
With 60 majors, more than 100 minors, 15 graduate programs and a doctoral program, UW Oshkosh is your place to find your path, grow your world, learn to lead and succeed.
As the third largest university in the state with more than 14,500 students, UW Oshkosh provides opportunities to explore your interests and passions.
UW Oshkosh is where you meet education, leadership, responsiveness, service and sustainability.