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Hello Everyone! Here is our follow up blog to Nathan’s Vblog on parking at UW Oshkosh. For those of you who are thinking about bringing your car to campus while living in the residence halls or simply by commuting to class, here are my ABC’s of parking at UW Oshkosh. A lways come early when… Read more »
One large hurdle for many college students is how to pay for school. Between student loans, scholarships and grants you may still need or want a little extra cash. One way to earn that cash is to have a part-time job while you’re in school. In 2011 more than 79 percent of students worked part-time… Read more »
Hello and happy February! Today our blog is actually part of another blog that we posted on YouTube! If you are looking at this blog because of the video — yay! If you haven’t seen the video yet, I highly recommend you check that out either right now or immediately after reading this blog. Here… Read more »
Your time at college can fly by and before you know it you’re one week from graduation (or one day, if you’re graduating tomorrow!) wishing you had more time to take advantage of the college experience. If you want to make the best of your years at UW Oshkosh, it helps to plan ahead! So,… Read more »
It was a cold day in Wisconsin when I first arrived at the UW Oshkosh campus… -10 degrees to be exact. When I arrived in the Admissions office I was wearing enough layers to dress more than five people. It wasn’t the most glamorous look — but it wasn’t a choice I regretted. Other than… Read more »
“It’s been a really, really game filled week. Seven Days of winning, seven days of spinning.” Sung to the tune or “Tonight, Tonight” by Hot Chelle Rae, these were the first two lines of my sorority’s “Yell Like Hell” performance. These lines also seem to sum up Homecoming 2011 perfectly. The theme this year was… Read more »
The task of finding a job as a freshman can seem daunting. You might worry that you won’t be able to find a job. Or not know where to look for a job or what kind of job to get. However, finding a job isn’t impossible.
In my last blog I gave you some advice on how to eat on campus. But you can’t forget the physical fitness aspect. At UW Oshkosh we are very lucky to have the Student Recreation and Wellness Center: an awesome facility – FREE for students – that offers tons of equipment, fitness programs, a rock… Read more »
The dreaded “Freshman 15,” or as my parents always teased, “Freshman 45,” is a fear that a lot of incoming students may have. If you’re nervous about this… don’t worry! I’m going to share with you ways than you can make sure you stay healthy while in college.