University Honors Student Association (UHSA)
The University Honors Student Association creates an environment for UHP and other UW Oshkosh students to thrive intellectually and socially through co-curricular activities designed to form well-rounded individuals in the program, the university, and the surrounding community.
As a network of peers, the UHSA holds fun meetings, participates in the administration of the UHP, plans social and cultural activities, and takes part in community service opportunities.
Popular UHSA events include our biannual Pizza with Professors events, trips to attend plays and concerts, and volunteer and fundraising activities to support organizations such as the Fox Valley Polar Plunge, Heifer International, and the Oshkosh Area Humane Society.
The UHSA is a great way to become involved in student life at UW Oshkosh, and all UHP students are encouraged to join! Contact any of the Executive Board members or see Liz Taylor to learn more.
Upcoming UHSA Events
Email announcements for all UHSA events will be sent well beforehand. All Honors students are invited and your HonHere are some dates to remember:
UHSA's Fall Welcome Back Gathering: Wednesday, September 24, at 6:00 p.m. in Oviatt House
Crafts & Snacks: Wednesday, October 19, at 5:00 p.m. in Oviatt House
Pizza with Professors featuring Professor of Geology Bill Mode: Thursday, October 16, at 5:00 p.m.
Test Anxiety Workshop: Wednesday, December 3, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in Oviatt House
Bring a friend or come on your own. We hope to see you at an event soon!
UHSA Executive Board Members 2014-2015
|Vice President||Elainna Jentz
|First-Year Student Outreach||Dana Giannelli||
|Volunteer Opportunities and Philanthropy|
Oviatt House (first floor)
Interested in joining the UHSA's Executive Board?
Participating in a student organization is a great way to get more involved in campus life, improve leadership skills, and gain practical experience while you're enrolled in college.
UHSA Executive Board members help organize events for their peers and service activities for the community. They also provide a direct link from Honors students to the Program administration: they offer Honors faculty, staff, and Council members a vital perspective, and their ideas and suggestions as UHP participants are important components to the success of the Program.