Parking Accommodations

UW Oshkosh has many accessible parking spots throughout campus. To use these spaces, you must have a university parking pass and a hang tag or license plate that permits use of accessible parking.

If you need to obtain an accessible parking hang tag, you will need to submit a form to the DMV with information and a signature from you doctor. Visit the Wisconsin DMV website for more information about disability placards.

The DMV in Oshkosh (2301 Omro Rd., Oshkosh, WI 54904) is a site that can issues these tags.

You can direct any questions regarding parking on campus to Parking Services by calling (920) 424-4455 or by emailing for more information.

For information about where to find accessible parking, view this campus map.

new student user

Students seeking support and/or accommodation should follow the steps below to register and start the interactive process: 

  1. Register in Accommodate
  2. Schedule Intake Appointment
  3. Provide Documentation

registered students

Registered students can login to Accommodate to complete one of the following actions:

  1. Renew Current Accommodations
  2. Submit Supplemental (additional) Accommodation Request
  3.  Disability Resources
  4. Report an Accessibility Concern


Winter Weather/Snow Removal

Facilities management works diligently during winter weather conditions to clear parking lots and sidewalks on campus.

In general, a priority is placed upon the central corridor of campus that follows Algoma Blvd. from the entrance of Blackhawk Commons facing Taylor Hall to the northern edge of campus near the Arts and Communication Building. A second primary corridor follows from Reeve Union down the academic mall outside the Library all the way to A/C Building.

Snow can accumulate quickly.  Please plan accordingly for your campus navigation. If at any time you experience an area of campus that is not navigable or if you become stuck because of snow, please call University Police at 920-424-1212 and they will send assistance as quickly as possible.

Please understand that snow removal in the campus vicinity is a combination of University employees and city plow truck drivers.  As such, some crosswalks and sidewalk ramps might be blocked from time to time.  If you experience this, please call University Police and they will notify campus facilities staff as quickly as possible to correct.

Accessibility Center is part of Dean of Students Office
Office Hours

Dempsey Hall 125
7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.


University Police

Emergency: (920) 424-1212
Non-Emergency: (920) 424-1216