The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers a slew of resources, spaces and opportunities to make sure students have the ability to be successful. From help with academics to opportunities for social interaction and mental health support, there is a resource for nearly every need.
Polk Library is one of the most essential buildings on campus. It provides UW Oshkosh students a quiet place to study and houses a wide array of academic resources. Its basement contains the testing center while its other three floors allow for both individual and group study.
Life in college can be demanding and often stressful. Students who find themselves in difficult situations are encouraged to visit the Counseling Center located on the second floor of the Student Success Center. The center offers counseling, biofeedback, light therapy and more.
Physical fitness is an important part of any healthy lifestyle. Titans who want to stay in shape can spend their time at the SRWC lifting weights, rock climbing or playing a game of pickup basketball.
Located on the first floor of Radford Hall, the Student Health Center provides students with discreet medical care and sound advice. The staff is committed to promoting mental, physical and sexual health on campus.
Computers have become an essential part of college academics. There are six computer labs on campus and many classrooms are outfitted with them as well. To keep everything running smoothly, IT offers support and advice for students with technical problems that may occur with campus or personal computers.
The UW Oshkosh Women’s Center actively promotes gender equality on campus and provides a variety of resources, programs and events for students and staff who identify as female. The Women’s Center is stationed on Irving Avenue adjacent from Fletcher Hall.
Students of all orientations are welcome at UW Oshkosh. LGBTQ students seeking support or information should visit the LGBTQ Resource Center in the lower level of the Center for Equity and Diversity building.
SSS is a federally funded program that caters to the needs of first generation college students who may need help navigating the difficulties of University academics. It offers intensive advising and weekly learning groups to keep students on track.
The CAR provides free tutoring to any undergraduate student at UWO. Classes with tutors available can be found on the CAR website, where students can also find the schedule for Supplemental Instruction. In addition, non-native students looking to improve their English speaking and writing skills can enroll in the CAR’s English Language Assistance program.
High school doesn’t always prepare students for the difficult realities of college. Students who need help adjusting their study habits should visit the Reading and Study Skills Center. It’s eight staff members offer a variety of workshops and resources to help students effectively manage their course load.
The Writing Center helps students improve their written English with several appointment options including face to face meetings, video chat and email. Appointments can be made online or in person by visiting the Writing Center inside the Student Success Center.
Almost everyone attends UW Oshkosh to improve their employment opportunities. Career Services aims to help students successfully make the transition between college and professional life by providing helpful resources and advice. Its online database, Titan Jobs, can help current and former students and faculty seek employment.
Perhaps the most visited building on campus, Reeve houses several student resources including a food court, coffee shop, convenience store and book store. It is the gathering hub for those on campus looking to relax, eat, study or hang with friends.