Spring 2013 Information
Welcome Spring 2013 Admitted Freshmen!
(If you have not paid your $100 tuition deposit, please click here.)
Looking for your admissions checklist? Download a copy here.
If you have paid your $100 tuition deposit...
You will receive a confirmation letter, which will include information about your Titan email account (necessary for signing up for online housing), a parking permit for the day and a campus map.
Registration Day Details
- Dates: December 6, January 10 or January 24
- Time: 8:00 a.m.
- Directions: Click here to access directions.
- Required Identification: All students will be required to show photo identification upon checking in. Acceptable forms of identification include:
- Driver's License
- Military ID
- State ID
Information about how to obtain a Wisconsin state identification card can be found here.
- Location: The academic advising and registration process will take approximately three hours. Check in no later than 7:55 a.m. at the Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (Student Success Center, Suite 202, 750 Elmwood Avenue.) Your session will include:
- Brief orientation
- Registration Tutorial (Titan Web)
- Individual meeting with an academic adviser
Following completion of your session, you will be able to register for classes on your own.
Placement Testing Information
All new freshmen must complete both the math and English placement tests unless you have taken a transferable college-level course in that area. Tests should be taken at least two weeks prior to your assigned registration date so your academic adviser can access your test scores. If you are unable to complete your placement testing, you will be unable to register for classes that require a math or English placement test score.
UW Oshkosh Testing Services Option:
You may test any time the Testing Services Office is open. No appointment is necessary, however, you will need to allow enough time to complete the tests by closing time.
UW Oshkosh Testing Services hours are:
September 5 - December 7
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(Closed November 21-23 for Thanksgiving break)
December 10-14: Finals week, no placement tests given.
Monday - Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
December 20 - January 1: Closed
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(Closed Monday, January 13 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. holiday)
Before selecting a date, please visit the Testing Services website for the most up-to-date hours.
The time limit for each test is as follows:
On the day of your test...
Please bring a picture ID and a couple of No. 2 pencils with good erasers. You may bring a battery-powered scientific calculator to use on the math test. Graphic calculators are not permitted. Calculators will not be provided at the test site.
Placement testing cost:
A fee of $5 per placement test will be charged to students at the time of testing.
Directions to Testing Services:
The Testing Services Office is located in the lower level of Polk Library in Room 2. You may park on any of the adjacent streets without a permit, or choose to park in one of the five Testing Services spots in Lot #34, which is located on the corner of Elmwood Avenue and Lincoln Street. You must obtain a parking permit ($2/day) from Testing Services to use one of these spots. You may also plug a parking meter ($0.25/half hour) at various spots around campus.
If you have additional questions about placement tests or directions, please contact Testing Services at (920) 424-1432 or (920) 424-0073. You can also visit http://www.tts.uwosh.edu/testing for more information.
Foreign Language Placement Testing (Optional)
To take the foreign language placement test in French, German or Spanish, you must have two or more years prior experience in the language in which you wish to test.
There is a possibility for you to earn retroactive credits by taking the UW Oshkosh foreign language course you test into and earning a grade of "B" or better in that course. Retroactive credit for foreign language is a topic that will be explained to you further on your orientation and registration date.
Earning college credit while in high school?
If you have been admitted, but not yet paid the $100 tuition deposit...
It is important that we hear from you! We're very happy you have been admitted for the spring 2013 semester, but we're concerned because you have not yet reserved a class registration/orientation date. If you refer back to your original admissions packet, you should find a gold sheet titled "Freshman Class Registration Form." Submitting this form, along with the $100 tuition deposit, will secure your spot in the freshman class. The $100 tuition deposit is not an additional fee; it is a credit toward your spring tuition and is refundable if you cancel your application in writing by December 1, 2012.
Can't find the form? Contact us at email@example.com or call (920) 424-0309.
Please contact the UW Oshkosh Admissions Office:
- Rosie Merten, (920) 424-0309, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nicole Zedler, (920) 424-3079, email@example.com
- Laurie Stevens, (920) 424-7384, firstname.lastname@example.org