Programs & Services
- Substance Abuse Prevention
- Graduation Rate Data
- Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment
- Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report
The Dean of Students Office at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh serves as the emergency contact for students and their families in cases of student and family emergencies.
Absences due to:
- Death of family member
- Emergency detention cases
- Extended illness
In cases of a family member trying to contact a student because of a family emergency, we will attempt to get a message to the student. Contact us with the following information:
- We will need the student's full name
- Tell us your relationship to the student
- If possible let us know the nature of the family emergency so we can provide the kind of support needed for the student.
- Nature of the message (If the student is to call home, please give us the number).
- Make sure you provide us with a number where we can reach you.
Who Should We Contact?
- Dean of Students Office
Monday-Friday: 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Phone: (920) 424-3100
- University Police
Phone: (920) 424-1212
- Winter Weather Advisory/Cancelled Classes
Phone: (920) 424-0000.
Alcohol and Drug Education Programs
The UW Oshkosh community is concerned about the misuse and abuse of alcohol and other drugs. We make it a part of our mission to help provide a helpful and healthy atmosphere in which our students and faculty and staff can live, learn and work. To read the UW Oshkosh AODA Biennial Review, click here.
Michael P. Haines, coordinator of health-enhancement services at Northern Illinois University says things are changing all over the country. Haines says "the vast majority of students don’t harm themselves or others as part of their drinking behavior, and that is the best-kept secret in the country. Instead of bemoaning drinking, colleges should take every opportunity to point out that the movie, Animal House, is not reality. The percentage of their classmates that get blitzed on weekends is in fact very low."
At UW Oshkosh 30 percent of our students don’t drink alcohol. And of those that do drink alcohol, 65 percent report having five or fewer drinks a week. So even though some students think, "everybody is getting drunk," in reality many students are attempting to avoid the problems associated with drinking by choosing not to drink or by setting healthy limits. Success or the lack of also can be attributed to the misuse of alcohol.
The CORE INSTITUTE developed the following table:
Grade Point Average and Average Number of Drinks Per Week
The Alcohol and Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO provides you with accurate and personalized feedback about:
- Your individual alcohol or marijuana use patterns.
- Your potential risk and ways to reduce your risk.
- Your aspirations and goals.
- Resources at UW Oshkosh and in your community.
If you are taking this to complete a sanction, please be sure to carefully read all of the feedback and thoughtfully answer the questions that follow. If no link is provided to email your response to, please send you responses by email. Visit the eCHECKUP TO GO website to take the online questionnaire.
Alcohol Program eCHECKUP TO GO
Marijuana Program eCHECKUP TO GO
Learn about the 100 Things to do Besides Drink.
If you have any questions regarding AODA issues, please contact:
Student Success Center, Suite 240