As University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni, you are part of our large and growing network of friends and supporters. Nearly 74,000 of you call UW Oshkosh your alma mater!
Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it. — Marian Wright Edelman
When you stay involved with UW Oshkosh by sharing your personal and professional accomplishments, registering to mentor a student or getting a group of old friends together for Homecoming helps strengthen the connections and adds continued value to your degree.
Theresa Braatz, executive director of the Doug and Carla Salmon Foundation, is the new University services associate for UW Oshkosh Alumni Relations, replacing Linda Cotton who retired after serving in this position for nearly 25 years.
There are many ways to stay engaged with your alma mater year-round. Check out these top 10 ideas that you can share: 1. Join our social media conversations on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's Learning in Retirement Program provides opportunities for lifelong learning via classes, day-trips and special events.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni can take advantage of extra benefits by purchasing an Alumni TitanCard. Share your Titan pride!