May 2013 News and Information
Honors and Awards
Congratulations to all of the nontraditional, veteran and veteran dependent students recently honored at the annual University Honors and Awards ceremony! We are proud of you and your achievements. Click here to view the list of those who received honors. If you know of a student who should be included on our list, please notify our office at (920) 424-3350 so we can add them.
Financial Aid for Summer and 2013–14
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available at www.fafsa.gov. Visit their website to apply for federal, state and some institutional financial aid programs!
Requests for summer financial aid are now being accepted! Complete the form on the Financial Aid Office website to request summer aid. You must file your 2013–14 FAFSA in order to be considered for financial aid for the Summer 2013 semester.
Contact the Financial Aid Office at email@example.com or (920) 424-3377 with any questions you have regarding financial aid.
Put some money in your pocket. Sell your textbooks back to the bookstore during Book Buyback. Getting cash for books is simple!
We encourage students to check their student account for charges that may have been posted during the semester and to take care of any remaining balances. For students on payment plans, your final payment was due on April 26. If you missed the final payment date, please connect with Student Accounts and make arrangements to settle your account before the summer semester begins. Unpaid bills may result in your classes being dropped. Summer session billing will be posted after Memorial Day.
Students can check their student accounts in Titan Web.
Commencement and Alumni Email Accounts
LLCE adult student resources offers congratulations to all nontraditional students who will receive their degree at Commencement on Saturday, May 11.
All graduating students are eligible for a free alumni email account, courtesy of the UW Oshkosh Alumni Association. As an added benefit, you have the option to transfer your TitanApps directly to your new alumni account. For information, contact the Alumni Relations Office or call (877) 896-2586.
Spring interim begins on Monday, May 13. Classes will run through Friday, May 31. There will be no classes on Monday, May 27, due to the observance of Memorial Day.
Reminder: Polk Library may have different hours during the interim and summer sessions. Please check the library website for current hours.
Online Summer Study Skills Course
Learn effective study skills in just four weeks this summer! Topics include:
- Time management
- Improving your memory
- Taking and using lecture notes
- Textbook and academic reading
- Exam preparation
- Test taking
Enroll now in ACAD 125: Comprehensive Study Skills, section 191 today! This is a one-credit course that will be held completely online from June 10 through July 5.
Summer session is rapidly approaching. Students may register for open classes until classes start. Summer session will begin on Monday, June 10, and run through Friday, August 2. Campus will be closed and no classes will be held on Thursday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day.
Youth Programs and Summer Camps
UW Oshkosh’s Continuing Education and Extension office sponsors excellent summer programs to enhance talent, intellectual development and personal growth for your children. Programs include: Women Soar You Soar, Fire Science Camps, ACT Test Prep Boot Camp, and the Wisconsin Youth Leadership Academy. For more information call, (920) 424-1129 or toll free (800) 633-1442.
LLCE adult student resources is Open!
LLCE adult student resources is open year round to assist and support adult nontraditional students. If you want to know about campus resources, meet other nontraditional students, or have someone to listen and help you plan your college career, contact us or stop in our office. We are here to assist you with any questions or concerns that you may have.
We are located in Dempsey Hall, Room 323. Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Other hours are available by appointment to help meet your needs. Call (920) 424-3350 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.