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Welcome to UW Oshkosh

As you join our community and begin a new academic journey, we hope you will quickly immerse yourself in University life and enjoy the opportunities afforded to you throughout the year. UW Oshkosh is truly where excellence and opportunity meet.

Titan Takeoff and Titan Welcome are your first steps in this journey. A large contingency of students, faculty and staff members have planned this two part orientation experience that is exciting and will help you as you transition and become an active UW Oshkosh student.

Part I is Titan Takeoff and takes place throughout May and June.  Titan Welcome is Part II of your orientation and takes place September 2-4, 2018.  Both parts of the program are required for new incoming first-year students.

I encourage you to look for opportunities to get involved. Take part in learning both inside and outside of the classroom. Engage your professors in discussions and get involved in departmental activities; attend athletic events for free with your student ID; organize an intramural team; study and browse the shelves of Polk Library; take a walk or jog along the Fox River; or work out at the award-winning Student Recreation and Wellness Center.

The 165+ student organizations on campus will give you the opportunity to develop your leadership skills and make lifelong friends. Consider sharing your gifts and talents by volunteering in the community or serving on committees and campus governance. Take advantage of the many programs, services and resources UW Oshkosh has to offer.


We are looking forward to having you join our campus community.




Art Munin, Ph.D.

Associate Vice Chancellor

Dean of Students




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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Titan Takeoff and Titan Welcome are sponsored by New Student and Family Programs

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Titan UWO Guide

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Message from the Dean of Students

Art Munin

Dean of Students

"Orientation is a great opportunity to connect to campus and that connection leads to success as a student at UW Oshkosh.".