Prague, Spain, California, Greece, Japan, Hawaii: these are just a few examples of locations where you can study as a UW Oshkosh student. With hundreds of programs offered, your travel dreams can become a reality. I spent a semester studying abroad in Spain learning the Spanish language and culture, as well as a semester in… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Tips & Advice
Hey everyone! My name is Andre and I’m entering into the last few days of my freshman year at UWO. Now that the school year is almost over, I’ve been thinking back on the year and realizing that there were some things that I wish I had done to make my first year here on campus… Read more »
You applied for college and got accepted into your top choices!! Congrats! The next thing that comes to your mind: how am I going to pay for this? That is where the FAFSA may be helpful. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. More than 70% of students that attend UW Oshkosh get… Read more »
Many of you probably made some resolutions on January 1. Maybe you want to work out more… make more money… or fix a bad habit. All these things are great! (And I hope they are still going well for you.) But, as you’re nearing the end of high school, allow me to suggest a few… Read more »
Accepted multiple places? Here are a few things you should consider when deciding on your future college!
Learn tips from admissions counselors on what you should and should not do in college application essays.
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 »
Computers. One of the most frustrating – yet wonderful – things ever invented. Ironically, I’m not the most tech-savvy so it’s fun that I still get to write this blog on computers. But, to be honest, that might kind of helpful. If you know a lot about computers, it might not be as awe-inspiring, but… Read more »
It’s that wonderful time of the year when it’s seven weeks into the semester and we get a week off! That’s right, it’s SPRING BREAK 2012!!!! The great thing about spring break this year is that it is actually warm outside. I know, surprising for Wisconsin. If you’re like Nathan and I and decided to… Read more »