Welcome to the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Registering for Summer 2014 Semester:
If you're having difficulties getting into required classes, take a look at our summer class offerings. The Kinesiology Department relaxes its requirement of program admission during the summer term. Keep in mind though, while our requirements are more lax, the coursework is just as rigorous, so be prepared to work just as hard as you would during the regular term. Stop by Albee 108 with any questions.
Registering for Fall 2014 Semester:
Be sure to check Titan Web for your date to begin enrolling in classes for the fall 2014 semester. Schedule an appointment with your Undergraduate Advisor in the Student Success Center (2nd floor UARC). Make your appointment as soon as possible, as the slots fill up very fast. You should also email your Academic Advisor, which is usually a professor or instructor from your major department, and make an appointment with them as well. Don't be afraid to ask one of your teachers who you should speak with if you have not been assigned an Academic Advisor.
Again, if you are having any trouble getting into classes, or are simply interested in taking a course or two over the summer, please stop by Albee 108.
The members of the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh are dedicated to educating students in the areas of Exercise & Fitness, Strength & Conditioning, and Athletic Training, along with students interested in other Exercise and Healthcare related fields.
Location of the Department of Kinesiology
Main Office Location: 108 Albee Hall
For questions about the department, please contact our department chairperson, Dr. Leigh Ann Mrotek (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Department of Kinesiology is a member of the American Kinesiology Association.
Kinesiology Website General Information
For any questions or comments about the website, please contact Dr. Robert Sipes (email@example.com).
Department of Kinesiology is now separate from HKHE
If you are looking for information on the Active Lifestyle (79-105) course or are interested in the Physical Education major, please CLICK HERE to link to the appropriate department. For more information, contact the Human Kinetics and Health Education Department at 920.424.1231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.