UW Oshkosh's mission is to serve the knowledge needs of its communities by providing a high-quality, affordable, comprehensive education; fostering scholarly activities; and sharing our intellectual and specialized capabilities.
The vision of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is to be a national model for engaging people and ideas for common good as a responsive, progressive and scholarly public community.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community values knowledge and continuous learning, diversity and inclusivity, quality and achievement, freedom and responsibility, engagement and support, and social awareness and responsiveness.
The programs and services of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will be guided by five strategic directions — community, teaching, scholarship, partnership and stewardship.
UW Oshkosh prepares graduates who are talented, liberally educated, technically skilled global citizens and are fully engaged as leaders and participants in civic, economic, political and social life. The University fulfills its learning mission through a commitment to providing a 21st century liberal education that is grounded in a set of student learning outcomes unanimously adopted by the Faculty Senate on May 13, 2008.