HOUSING AND MEALPLAN
University housing is available to all students coming from abroad to attend the IEP. For on-campus housing, apply to the Department of Residence Life in advance to reserve a room. A Residence Hall and Meal Plan application packet will be sent to all admitted students who are required to live in the residence Halls.
You will live in a college dormitory while attending the UW Oshkosh IEP. The IEP coordinator will reserve a dormitory room for you with the Department of Residence Life. Arrangements will be made as soon as you finish your IEP application materials and tell us you have a visa and are planning to definitely attend the IEP. Double occupancy rooms are equipped with furniture, utilities, and high speed internet. Meals are served in campus dining halls and offer a full range of food choices. Housing for students who are accompanied by family members is available only in off-campus residences. If you are attending the IEP with dependants, contact the program coordinator to arrange for alternative housing.
Your residence hall will not only be “home” for nine months of the year, but it also will be an important part of your learning experience at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Here you will have the opportunity to share your ideas. As part of a group, you will be able to plan programs—recreational, educational and cultural—from which you and others can benefit. Just as families share responsibilities and show consideration, so do members of a residence hall community. You must respect other hall residents, be considerate of their study and sleeping needs and do your part to keep the hall clean and safe. The more you contribute to your hall community, the more you will get out of your residence hall experience.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers students a wide variety of lifestyle options to meet the diverse needs and interests of students. All halls are smoke-free buildings that have 24- hour “open” visitation.
2011-2012 Guide to Residence Hall Living:
When it comes to great food and a comfortable place to play with your friends, UW Oshkosh has many enjoyable places to relax and eat. University Dining wants to make sure you feel at home on campus and we take pride in doing just that, every day.
University Dining offers nine locations and a variety of choices to feed your hunger any time of day. Blackhawk Commons, the primary dining location for students in the IEP program, offers a variety of all-you-care-to-eat options including classics, grill, international, pizza and pasta, soup and salad, bread, beverage and dessert stations.
Dining at UW Oshkosh: