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Transfer Application Procedures

Step 1: Apply to UW Oshkosh

Transfer students may apply online at https://apply.wisconsin.edu. Applications may also be obtained from any high school guidance office in Wisconsin or by contacting the admissions office.

Applications for the transfer class are accepted on a rolling basis beginning Sept. 15 the year prior for the next fall term and July 15 for the future spring term of expected enrollment.

 

Step 2: Send Your College/University Transcripts

Forward an official transcript from all colleges or universities previously attended. An official high school transcript from a recognized high school is also required if a student is applying with less than 30 transferable semester hours of credit from previously attended colleges or universities.

 

All application materials should be forwarded to:

UW Oshkosh Admissions Office
PO Box 2423
Oshkosh, WI 54903-2423

 

Any paperwork that is sent express/overnight by any company other than US postal services, should be sent to the following address:

UW Oshkosh Admissions Office
800 Algoma Boulevard
Oshkosh, WI 54901

Note: UPS, FedEx, Airborne, etc. DO NOT deliver to PO Box addresses.

 

Step 3: Submit a $44 Nonrefundable Application Fee

Submit a $44 nonrefundable application fee. If you are applying as a degree-seeking student to a UW system institution, the nonrefundable application fee of $44 is required. If the last institution you attended was a UW College (two-year campus), the application fee is not required.

 

Step 4: Once You Are Admitted, Visit the Titan Transfer Web Page for the Next Steps

Visit our Titan Transfer page to see the steps that you need to be taken once you have been admitted to the University.

 

Admission to Professional Colleges and Programs

The application to UW Oshkosh is an application for admission to the University. It does not serve as application or admission to a professional college or program that has separate and distinct admission procedures. However, since admission to many UW Oshkosh programs requires a second admission process based often times on college grades, particular attention will be given to the college cumulative GPA, the trend of college grades, earned number of transfer credits, desired major and rigor of coursework.