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Spring 2015 Taste of Oshkosh

No matter where they’re from, Titans will find themselves welcome at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

There are countless, sports, clubs, support groups and organizations on campus dedicated to making everyone at UWO feel like they belong.






Opening Day 2014 at UW Oshkosh

With so much to do UW Oshkosh, students and staff keep a busy schedule, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing.

Through their involvement in academics and extracurriculars, Titans will find themselves meeting new people and trying different things.







Bigger isn’t always better.

UW Oshkosh’s moderate size is perfect for students looking to get a quality education while still maintaining a sense of individuality.

Its campus is easy to navigate and provides a noticeable sense of community.





ERIC Lab - Biogas Testing (9th of 39)

An education from UW Oshkosh helps students better understand the world.

Through new perspectives and art forms, they will learn to distinguish truths and form nuanced opinions.








A degree from UWO will open up different career options and opportunities that allow its alumni to take control of their life and pursue their goals.








FortunateTitans are fortunate for the opportunities to get involved at UW Oshkosh and many family legacies of attending UWO are formed.






Around Campus Fall 2014

There are plenty of opportunities on and around campus for Titans to socialize and make new friends.

Between its variety of sports, hobbies and activism groups there’s a place for just about everyone at UWO.








Students who plan on doing well should expect to develop a disciplined work ethic.

There will be plenty of time to have fun if students learn to effectively manage their time and work hard when they need to.








Through lecture and classroom discussion, students will learn to think deeply about a array of different issues and subjects.

This broader knowledge base makes it easier to understand societies of the past and the present.





Around Campus Fall 2014

It’s easy to have a good time at UW Oshkosh.

There are lots of fun things to do on campus like kayaking, biking or fishing.







Chancellor's Late Night Breakfast

The faculty and administration at UWO works hard to provide a friendly and welcoming atmosphere so everyone at the University feels comfortable to be themselves.








Once a Titan, always a Titan.

UWO provides a welcoming atmosphere for both its current and former students.







Commencement 2009 Fall

The college experience is a life changing one that will have an impact on students for the rest of their lives.

UWO strives to make students’ time here memorable and important.








UWO is committed to supporting its students in their time of need.

The Student Success Center provides many resources that can help address any problem that a student may have.






Interns at Thrivent Financial.

Titans can look forward to a brighter future with the skills and lessons they learn here.

A degree from UWO greatly improves chances of landing that dream job.








Titan pride is apparent throughout the campus.

Without student support, the sports, clubs and activities that make UWO great wouldn’t be possible.








Titans will learn the importance of being inquisitive when they are unsure or confused.

Questioning established values, rules and policies can lead to meaningful changes not only within the University but in society as well.







Incoming Titans will encounter higher educational standards, helping shape them into more responsible adults.









UW Oshkosh has made substantial strides to encourage sustainability.

Several initiatives to reduce waste and conserve energy are in effect on campus and new ideas are always being considered.






UW Oshkosh Titans football vs. UW-Platteville, Nov.16, 2013

UWO has an abundance of talented professors and faculty providing a fun but productive learning environment.









UWO provides a one-of-a-kind college experience that is as rewarding as it is memorable.








Oshkosh Mobile Food Pantry St. Vincent de Paul on Dec. 21, 2012.

Volunteerism is a point of pride for many UWO students.

New Titans will experience this close connection with their community through the University Studies Program, UWO’s modernized general education program.







Because of UWO’s comparatively inexpensive tuition and its high quality of education, students can be sure their experience is worth the time, money and effort.









UWO provides a tight knit community for its students with support for many aspects of their lives.








Res Life photo shoot on Oct. 2, 2012.

No matter their age, Titans, can experience the fresh, vibrant atmosphere of UWO reflective of its many young students.








Student-Managed Endowment Fund (SMEF) stock photos.

There are plenty of students and faculty with enthusiasm for learning and self discovery.

Those who are passionate about what they do will be happy and ultimately more productive.