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Desire2Learn (D2L)

For UW Oshkosh internet courses and to supplement UW Oshkosh classroom courses.

Note:  Foundation internet courses, some internet tools, and most internet elective courses are using Desire2Learn (D2L) through UW Eau Claire. Please follow the logon/password instructions you receive from Online Course Support at UW Eau Claire for those courses.

Accessing UW Oshkosh D2L  

  • Your username and password are the SAME for D2L and TitanApps (University email system is integrated with D2L)
  • To access your UW Oshkosh online course(s), please do the following:
    • If you have never been into D2L or TitanApps the FIRST thing you must do is change your password. Your username and password are the same for D2L and TitanApps. Your default password is your seven-digit student ID number which must be changed BEFORE you attempt to login. Instructions for your username are below, or you can find your username for D2L and TitanApps at www.uwosh.edu/directory. (username@uwosh.edu)
    •  Use the following syntax as your D2L Username: The first five letters of your last name (or your entire last name if it's less than five letters), the first letter of your first name and the last two digits of your Student ID number (i.e. karlsp88).

Redirecting Email (TitanApps) when using D2L

**Redirecting (auto-forwarding) your TitanApps email: The University has integrated D2L with PeopleSoft which causes your email address in D2L to reflect your campus email address. Even if you change your email in D2L, the address will be automatically changed back to the University email address within the next day or two.

Students may elect to redirect messages sent to their UW Oshkosh official student email account to a non-University account. Students who redirect email from their official account to a non-University account (such as AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail), however, do so at their own risk. Having email lost as a result of redirection does not absolve a student from the responsibilities associated with communication sent to her or his official email account. The University is not responsible for the handling of email by outside vendors or unofficial servers.

As a business graduate student, if you have trouble accessing your email account, please contact the Academic Computing Help Desk at (920) 424-3020. You will need your seven digit student ID number to verify your identity when calling. They will stay on the phone with you until you successfully access your account.