Programs and Responsibilities
Resource for Students
Provide general campus information to student, faculty, family and others.
Grievances, Complaints, Problem Solving and Student Needs
Assistance with Personal and Emergency Situations
- Problem-solving situations
- Resources and referrals
- Student/family contact
- Out of class letters
- Assistive technology
- Coordinator of accommodations
- ADA advisory committee
Works on policies, provides alternative activities and connecs with the community.
See Something… Say Something… Do Something. SARRT is a central network focused on prevention and early intervention with students who are experiencing extreme distress or engaging in harmful or disruptive behaviors. SARRT gathers information, develops strategies to assist with potentially harmful or disruptive behavior and coordinates support resources to help students maintain satisfactory academic progress, promote their health and well-being and enhance campus safety. Learn more.
- Student Leadership Award
- Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
- Commencement Speaker
Advisement & Registration and Orientation Program
The Advisement & Registration and Orientation Programs combines professional and student staff to make your transition to UW Oshkosh easier. This orientation program is for first-year, transfer and non-traditional students.
The Student Allocations Committee (SAC) is a standing committee of UW Oshkosh (working with, but independent of OSA) and distribute Student Segregated University Fees (SUF) to requesting student organizations and department clubs. Learn more.
The Dean of Students office is responsible for data collection and reporting for the Clery Act: campus crime reporting for security and compliance, and the UW System Sexual Assault Report.