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Resources at UW Oshkosh

UW Oshkosh is dedicated to providing you with the support you need to succeed. Whether you are looking for help with your math class or advice on career planning, the University offers undergraduate students academic assistance through the following resources.

Academic and other on-campus resources

Career Services

The Career Services office at UW Oshkosh provides a variety of services to students beginning their freshman year. All students may access their Titan Jobs account and learn how to use it on the Career Service website. This online recruitment database allows students to post resumes, search for positions (on campus, off campus, full or part time, internships), and sign up for career events including on-campus recruiting/interviews, career fairs or workshops. Career advising appointments also are available.

Location: Student Success Center 125
Phone: (920) 424-2181

Center for Academic Resources (CAR)

CAR provides more tutors for more courses! To learn more about how to request a tutor, visit their website or stop by the Student Success Center.

Location: Student Success Center 102
Phone: (920) 424-2290

Counseling Center

Our mission is to offer confidential assistance to UW Oshkosh students who would like to be more effective in their academic, vocational and personal lives. This could involve examination of such areas/issues as personal values, interpersonal or family relationships, self esteem and identity, career decision making, motivation and academic performance. The Counseling Center staff embraces all differences within our campus community.

Location: Student Success Center 240
Phone: (920) 424-2061

Dean of Students

The UW Oshkosh Dean of Students Office supports the educational mission of the University by providing a variety of programs, activities and services which promote critical thinking, independent growth and life-adjustment skills in men and women. For more information, contact the Dean of Students office.

Location: Dempsey Hall 125
Phone: (920) 424-3100

Developmental Math Lab

This specialized math assistance program helps students who are having difficulties with Math 100 or Math 103. Check out the website for tutoring drop-in times or contact Ed Clemons for more information.

Location: Swart Hall 301
Phone: (920) 424-1333

Financial Aid

UW Oshkosh’s Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students and their families meet the rising costs of education. We administer a variety of financial aid funding services, including federal, state and private sources. Our experienced staff can assist you in the process of applying and receiving aid, as well as provide you with information to help you make thoughtful decisions.

Location: Dempsey Hall 104
Phone: (920) 424-3377

Health Advocate

The Health Advocate program consists of UW Oshkosh students living in residence halls that are trained on various health issues including alcohol use and abuse, sexual health, stress management, nutrition, colds and flu, first aid, etc. Health Advocates act as general health/resource counselors. Talk with your community advisor or hall director to learn more about the Health Advocate assigned to your hall.

Location: Your residence hall.

LGBTQ Resource Center

The LGBTQ Resource Center offers a safe, supportive and welcoming environment with high-quality support services that contribute to the academic and personal growth of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning campus community and their allies.

Location: Campus Center for Equity and Diversity, 717 W. Irving Ave., Room 008
Main Contact: Liz Cannon
Phone: (920) 424-3465

Math Tutor Lab

The Math Tutor Lab is a free service for students who would like help in their mathematics courses numbered between Math 104 and Math 273. Walk-in tutoring is available - no appointment needed. For help with Math 100 and Math 103, there is a Developmental Math Lab in Swart 327.

Multicultural Education Center (MEC)

MEC serves as a resource and information center for students, staff, faculty and community members interested in improving cross-cultural human relations and understanding cultural differences. The MEC also continues to serve as the "embassy" for all multicultural and international students on campus. To many multicultural and international students, the MEC provides a "home away from home" atmosphere.

Location: Center for Equity and Diversity
Main Contact: Irma Burgos
Phone: (920) 424-3081

Multicultural Retention Programs (MRP)

MRP provides academic and student support services to assist students in their quest to achieve academic success. Programs and services include:

  • counseling/advising
  • academic tracking
  • specialized tutoring in English and mathematics
  • first-year student workshops
  • leadership development programs
  • academic skills sessions and personal
  • career and financial aid assistance
  • mentoring and referrals to other services

Location: Center for Equity and Diversity, 120
Phone: (920) 424-3081

Office of International Education (OIE)

Study abroad on one of over 50 short- and long-term programs; study away in the U.S. through the National Student Exchange; apply to UW Oshkosh as an international student from abroad; or access English Language support for both non-native and bilingual speakers.

Location: Dempsey Hall 146
Phone: (920) 424-0775

Polk Library

Polk library is the nexus of the university's intellectual life, connecting students, faculty, and staff to informational and scholarly resources that promote quality research and student success. With over 54,000 online journals, 83,000 eBooks, and fast access to resources from the 25 other libraries within the UW System, Polk Library is committed to providing the highest quality services and collections to meet today's complex and ever-evolving information environment. Finally, in addition to its collections and services, the library is also equipped with a host of places to accommodate a variety of learning styles, from reservable group study spaces and other collaborative areas to rooms for quiet study.

Location: Polk Library
Phone: (920) 424-4333

Project Success

Project Success is a remedial program for students with language-based learning disabilities attending UW Oshkosh.

Location: Nursing & Education Building 26
Phone: (920) 424-1033

Reading and Study Skills Center

The Reading and Study Skills Center is an all-university service whose mission is to facilitate the development of efficient college-level learning strategies in students of all abilities. Strategies for improved textbook study, time management, note taking, test preparation and test-taking are taught through both credit and non-credit services.

Location: Nursing & Education Building 201
Phone: (920) 424-1031

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center provides medical care, psychiatric care, nutritional consults and wellness information for enrolled students Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location: Radford Hall
Phone: (920) 424-2424

Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC)

SLIC offers ways for you to get involved on campus, including non-credit workshops on leadership topics and skills. Pick from more than 100 active student organizations on campus or create your own:

  • service clubs
  • honorary organizations
  • professional groups
  • foreign language and cultural clubs
  • religious groups
  • student governing bodies
  • recreational clubs
  • special interest groups

Location: Reeve Memorial Union 105
Phone: (920) 424-0847

Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC)

Student Recreation strives to meet the dynamic needs and interests of students by providing programs, services, and facilities that are current, comprehensive, inclusive, and unsurpassed in quality. Programs and services include personal training, group exercise, intramural sports, sport clubs, Xpeditions Adventure Center, massage, climbing wall, golf simulators, and aquatics. To promote the maintenance of good physical and mental health, we create an atmosphere that encourages individuals to develop a life-long pattern of positive recreational activity, regardless of skill level.

Location: 735 Pearl Ave.
Main Contact: Greg Batten
Phone: (920) 424-1245

Student Support Services (SSS)

SSS serves as your personal guide through college! SSS advisors teach you how to be successful in your courses, decide upon a major (if you are not decided), inform you of important dates and policies, and assist with the selection of courses for future semesters. You learn about the resources available to you on campus and how to take advantage of them. Freshmen and sophomores may also be eligible to receive scholarships. SSS serves 300 students per year and participants need to meet specific criteria.

Location: Center for Equity and Diversity
Phone: (920) 424-1310

Student Technology Center (STC)

The STC offers help with software and presentations, equipment checkout, high quality color printing, graphics, and production.

Location: Polk Library, Room 5
Phone: (920) 424-3020

The Office of Student Research & Creative Activity (OSRCA)

For those students who wish to extend their classroom research experience further, reap additional reward by working collaboratively with active faculty researchers and artists, find a wider public audience for their work and, by doing all of these things, making themselves eminently more attractive to prospective employers and graduate school admissions officers, UW Oshkosh has developed OSRCA. The Office of Student Research & Creative Activity supports an array of exciting opportunities for students:

Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (UARC)

UARC is the central academic advising office at UW Oshkosh. We assist all first-year students with academic and career exploration, decision-making, goal setting and planning. Whatever your question, if you don't know where to start, start with us!

Location: Student Success Center 202
Phone: (920) 424-1268

Veterans Resource Center (VRC)

We are dedicated to providing support for our University's active duty veterans, guard members, reservists, and dependents of veterans.

Location: Dempsey Hall 130
Main Contact: Shaun Monroe
Phone: (920) 424-1804

Women’s Center

The Women’s Center provides programs, resources and education about issues that affect women of the UW Oshkosh community, creates a welcoming place for women to connect and promotes an environment that values diversity. The center includes a computer lab, reading area, a patio and conference rooms.

Location: Center for Equity and Diversity
Phone: (920) 424-0963

Writing Center

From the beginning stages of invention, through the construction and revision of drafts, to the final steps of the writing process, the Writing Center is designed to support writing done in all University courses, the instructors who incorporate writing into their classes, and the students who produce such assignments. We invite you to visit the Writing Center and encourage you to make use of its services.

Location: Student Success Center 102
Main Contact: Crystal Mueller
Phone: (920) 424-1152

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