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 nearly 13,900 students.
- Majors and Minors
- College of Business
- College of Education & Human Services
- College of Letters & Science
- College of Nursing
- Honors College
- University Studies Program/General Education
- Registrar's Office
- Graduate Programs
- Academic Support Resources
- Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence
- Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement
- Summer Session
With nationally-accredited programs, award-winning faculty and quality support services, UW Oshkosh provides students with opportunities for on-campus and online learning, faculty-student collaboration and personal and professional growth with degrees in our four colleges.
UW Oshkosh produces well-rounded student-athletes in 21 intercollegiate sports and provides opportunities for students to participate in intramural and club sports, as well as maintaining a state-of-the-art workout facility.
As University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni, you are part of our large and growing network. Nearly 87,000 alumni worldwide call UW Oshkosh their alma mater! Stay involved and watch the value of your degree continue to grow.
Achieve your goals with a UW Oshkosh degree. Here, your passions can be explored through student organizations, internships, graduate assistantships and student-faculty collaborations. UW Oshkosh has resources for traditional and nontraditional students, graduate and international students.
Led by Chancellor Andrew Leavitt, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s administration continues to provide a high-quality, affordable and comprehensive education to our students and community.
UW Oshkosh’s sustainable campus provides a safe place for a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, parents and visitors through our quality academic, technology, employment, financial and campus resources.
From a state-of-the-art Student Recreation and Wellness Center to a contemporary student union and bookstore, UW Oshkosh offers many conveniences and services to enhance your life on campus.
The UW Oshkosh Credit Union, located in Reeve Union, provides full-service banking and four ATMS located throughout campus. Twelve banks and 11 credit unions in Oshkosh, with a number of branch locations, offer students additional options for banking.
The In addition to offering textbooks and school supplies, University Books & More sells a wide variety of UW Oshkosh apparel and accessories, magazines, DVDs and CDs. An authorized Apple reseller, students receive discounted rates on Macintosh computers and software.
For students, faculty and staff with children, the Children's Learning and Care Center provides quality care at an affordable price. Care is available for children from two weeks to eight years old. The center also offers a four-year-old kindergarten program in partnership with the Oshkosh Area School District.
UW Oshkosh's Copy This! is a full-service copy center offering copying, faxing and laminating services. Conveniently located in Reeve Union, this center also offers UPS shipping service to destinations within the United States.
Corner Convenience Store
For quick groceries and snacks, small household items and personal items, students are able to shop on campus at the Corner Convenience Store in Reeve Union.
There are a number of dining locations on campus. Blackhawk Commons offers a variety of food items in an all-you-can-eat format. Another popular dining location is the Reeve Union Marketplace, which sells individually priced food items, such as burgers, pizza and pasta, stir-fry and sauté, subs, salads and fresh fruit. Other locations include Titan Underground, MiTaza Coffeehouses, Cyber Café, Scotty's in Scott Hall and the Crescent Café, which offers a weekly Taste of Nations luncheon every Wednesday.
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service
UW Oshkosh offers pick-up and drop-off service for dry cleaning on campus. For basic laundry services, all residence halls have coin-operated washing machines and dryers for use by residents.
UW Oshkosh's Polk Library supports research and scholarship for students, faculty, staff and members of the public through a vast collection of electronic and traditional academic resources, innovative services and modern learning spaces. Furthermore, the library strives to develop information literacy understanding in all students by teaching the skills necessary to retrieve and analyze information resources in an efficient and ethical manner.
For your convenience, UW Oshkosh's Titan Central, located in Reeve Union, is a full-service post office.
Oshkosh Sports Complex
Recent renovations have made the Oshkosh Sports Complex, the premiere facility of its kind in the state. This exceptional facility is home to UW Oshkosh's football, softball, baseball, men and women's soccer, and men and women's track and field teams as well as local high school teams.
Oshkosh Transit and Titan Transit
Students can use the Oshkosh Transit (city buses) or Titan Transit, an extended-hours bus service, free of charge when presenting their TitanCard.
Student Legal Services
The Student Legal Services in Reeve Union provides an attorney to offer students confidential and affordable legal advice, at just $5 a visit.
Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC)
This state-of-the-art facility features multiple basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor soccer court, more than 80 cardio exercise machines, a jogging/walking track, climbing wall, aerobic studios, Cyber Café and many free-standing and machine weights. SRWC also offers group exercise classes, wellness programs, massage therapy and day or weekend trips. Due to segregated University fees, use of this facility is free to all students.
UW Oshkosh offers five general-access technology labs staffed by Academic Computing, in addition to departmental labs and labs in each residence hall. Also, the University offers free Wi-Fi-equipped laptop rentals.
Your form of identification on campus, the TitanCard, offers additional benefits to students. With your card, you receive free admission to regular-season home athletic events and have free access to Oshkosh Transit (city buses). The card also holds your meal plans and can be used as a debit card through U.S. Bank.