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February 2015 News and Information

Money, Money, Money:
Scholarships, Grants and Loans

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) applications for the 2015-2016 school year are now available. All nontraditional students are strongly encouraged to apply for financial aid by the priority date of Sunday, Mar. 15, 2015. Don’t predetermine your eligibility for grants or loans and possibly miss out on receiving financial aid dollars. Apply today! Contact the Financial Aid office at (920) 424-3377 or visit them in Dempsey Hall, room 104, with questions regarding the FAFSA or other financial aid matters.

Apply for one of many scholarships available to nontraditional students at UW Oshkosh. Below are links to several sources for both undergraduate and graduate scholarships. 

Study Abroad Fair

The Office of International Education (OIE) invites you to attend their one-stop shopping Study Abroad Fair from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12, in the Reeve Ballroom. Learn about scholarships, grants and financial aid to help fund your time abroad. Study abroad trips for ten days, and as long as one year are available!  

Many nontraditional students, who have studied abroad, return so invigorated by the experience they make plans to travel again. If you are unable to attend the Study Abroad Fair, but would like more information, contact the OIE at (920) 424-0775 or stop in their office located in Dempsey Hall, room 202. 

Student Organizations for Nontraditional Students
(NTSO and GSA)

The leaders of the Nontraditional Student Organization (NTSO) are finalizing their calendar for spring meetings and social events. Students who would like to receive emails from NTSO about activities and events should email or find them on Facebook at Nontraditional Student Organization

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is also finalizing their spring calendar. Watch for updates and social media connections here. Interested students may contact the GSA president at  

Summer Session 2015 Registration Begins 

Are you looking for a way to pick up additional classes that you don’t have time to include in your spring and fall semesters?  Look no further! Enroll in Summer Session 2015 at UW Oshkosh. Registration for summer 2015 classes opens for graduate students on Monday, Feb. 23 and undergraduate students on Monday, March 2.

Summer Session classes can be viewed on Titan Web. Courses during the summer are offered in one, eight-week and two, four-week sessions beginning Monday, June 15 and ending Friday, Aug. 7. Students should check Titan Web for details regarding when they are eligible to enroll. 

Graduate Students and Graduation 

Graduating this spring? APPLY EARLY.  For those graduate students graduating with a master’s degree or completing a certificate or GAP, the deadline to apply for graduation/completion is Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. 

If you have already submitted your application for graduation, DO NOT submit another one. Contact your program coordinator or the Graduate Studies office at, or (920) 424-1223, with any additional questions you may have. 

No Cost Anti-virus Software for Students 

If you are enrolled as a student at UW Oshkosh, you may download the Symantec Anti-virus software at no additional charge. Visit the Academic Computing Services website to access the software download.  If you need additional assistance, contact the Academic Computing Help Desk at (920) 424-3020, or stop by their office located in Dempsey Hall, room 207. 

Commuter Lounge Available

Are you looking for a place to study or relax between classes? Reeve Union has a Commuter Lounge located in room 210. It 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 and nontraditional students.  

Tax Forms – 1098-T 

Tax forms with your 2014 tuition tax information are now available. Students enrolled at UW Oshkosh anytime during 2014 should have received an email from in mid-to-late January. This is a VALID email, it is not someone trying to steal your identity.  

The email is a notification that your 1098-T form (tuition tax information) is available. For more information about the 1098-T document, visit this informative website or contact Student Accounts at The 1098-T tax form contains important tax information related to tuition and other information for the calendar year 2014 which may be needed to complete your 2014 tax return and obtain Federal and State tax benefits. 

Save the Date: Career Fair 

Career Fair on the Fox is one of the largest job fairs in the Fox Valley. Be sure to take the opportunity to “Get Hired!” at the UW Oshkosh Kolf Sports Center from 1 – 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2015. Attendees are asked to dress professionally and bring several copies of your current resume and business cards. This is an excellent opportunity to explore, even if you are not yet ready to look for a job. For more information, call (920) 424-2181 or go to Titan Jobs.

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