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September 2014 News and Information

Important Note to all Students -
Get Started Successfully

The fall semester has begun! Remember that your student account in Titan Web holds a great deal of information including your class schedule, tuition bill, financial aid and access to your STAR and unofficial transcript. Students can set up a payment plan, make payments, and arrange for direct deposit of financial aid refunds from this location as well. Billing inquiries should be directed to Student Accounts at
(920) 424-1332, or Dempsey Hall, room 236.

It is important to regularly check your Titan Apps (campus email) account when enrolled in classes and during holiday breaks, interim and summer session. Email is the standard form of campus communication. It is highly likely that your campus email account will be the only means of campus notifying you of important information! D2L (Desire2Learn) is another student account that should be checked regularly.

Titan Apps, Titan Web and D2L can all be accessed from the UW Oshkosh homepage by clicking on Titan Services located in the upper right hand corner.

If you experience difficulty with campus technology, please use the online tutorials that are available to help you. 

Fall Orientation for Adult Nontraditional, Transfer, Online, and Military Veteran Students

Students who were unable to attend the orientation program on Monday, Sept. 1 or Tuesday, Sept. 2, and who would like orientation materials mailed to them, should contact the LLCE adult student resource office. The phone number is (920) 424-1137 or email

Study Abroad Fair

The Office of International Education’s (OIE) Fall 2014 Study Abroad Fair will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Reeve ballroom. The fair is your one-stop-shop for browsing all of the amazing opportunities for students to study abroad. UW Oshkosh faculty program leaders, past study abroad students, other UW System programs, and third party groups will all be present. Stop by at any time during the fair to speak with program leaders, get more information about the different types of programs, and see how incredible a study abroad experience can be.

NTSO Gearing Up for Fall

NTSO will hold their first "3rd Thursday" meeting on Thursday, September, 18th, at 5 p.m. in Lincoln Hall, room 130. Watch for details on monthly meetings and other NTSO activities on the NTSO Facebook page. For information on NTSO activities, email

Fall Career and Internship Fair 

Make plans now to attend the bi-annual Career Fair on the Fox on Tuesday, September 23, from 1-5 p.m. at the Kolf Sports Center. Students looking for internships should be sure to attend Internship Connect, an added component of the Career Fair held from 12:30-2 p.m. Connect with employers to learn about full and part-time positions, internships, co-ops, and practicum’s or maybe even receive an interview that day! 

All attendees are asked to dress to impress. Be sure to bring copies of your current resume as copy service is not available at the fair. This event is open to the public and there is no cost to attend this event.

Tutoring is Available

The Center for Academic Resources (CAR) provides free, confidential tutoring for undergraduate students in most classes on campus. CAR is located in the Student Success Center, Suite 102, and is located across from Polk Library on Elmwood. Check the Content Tutoring page for a list of available tutors. If your course is not listed, click on a link to request one, visit the CAR office or call (920) 424-2290.  To schedule a tutoring session, email the tutor, let them know what class you are seeking assistance in, and schedule a time to meet. Tutoring takes place in SSC, room 102.  

Student Recreation & Wellness Center

The state-of-the-art Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC) is open to all enrolled UW Oshkosh students via their segregated fees. Paid memberships are available for non-students, spouses and domestic partners. The SRWC offers cardio and strength training equipment, a walking/jogging track, group exercise classes, a multi-purpose gym, a 3-court gym, two golf simulators, a climbing wall, and personal training. Visit their website for more information and hours. 

Student Health Center Available for You

The UW-Oshkosh Student Health Center is located in Radford Hall. The student health center staff provides high quality, cost-effective care for ALL students. To schedule an appointment, call (920) 424-2424. 

Commuter Lounge in Reeve Union

Are you looking for a place to study or relax between classes? Reeve Union has a Commuter Lounge located in room 210. The lounge is a quiet area where commuters can study, read a periodical, make a pot of coffee, use the microwave, store belongings in a locker, and meet other commuter students. Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement (LLCE) adult student resources works at keeping the Commuter Lounge adult student friendly.

Quiet Study Areas

Sage Hall has group study rooms available on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Each floor has six study rooms available for students to use. To reserve a room, contact Room Scheduling at (920) 424-4160 or On 3rd floor is a large lounge with plenty of seating and electrical outlets. A similar, but smaller lounge can be found on 4th floor. Anyone nursing their child while on campus may use the lactation room located on the 2nd floor close to room 2221. For a layout of Sage Hall, please refer to this map. These places are available for quiet and comfortable study areas, so be sure to take advantage of them!

Check Out the Veterans Resource Center

The Veterans Resource Center has a rich history and many services to offer veterans at UWO. Services include:

  • State and Federal Benefit Processing
  • Campus and Community Resource Coordination
  • Military Ambassador Program/ Peer mentoring
  • Service Referrals
  • Veteran Lounge
  • Veteran Computer Lab
  • Meeting Space
  • UW Oshkosh Veteran Association
    (Student Veterans of America Chapter) 

Stop in at the Veterans Resource Center in Dempsey 130, email them at, or call (920) 424-1804. 

What is LLCE Adult Student Resources?  

Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement adult student resources  is designed specifically for adult nontraditional students, typically students who are not coming to college right after high school. We are a support and resource office that is ready to assist you as you continue your education.  

We would enjoy meeting you to discuss your interests and concerns and support you in reaching your goals. Our office is staffed by friendly, available staff who want to help you succeed at a time that fits your schedule.  We are available from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Other times are available, just let us know ahead of time and we will be happy to accommodate you! Come visit us Lincoln Hall, 2nd floor. For an appointment, call Wendy (920) 424-1137 and she will be happy to help you.

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