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Titan Takeoff

Register for Titan Takeoff

Registration for Fall 2024 Titan Takeoff is now open! 

Welcome to Titan Takeoff!

Once you have been admitted to UW Oshkosh, you will receive an invitation to hold your spot. If you have not already confirmed your place at UWO, check your email and make sure to do it as soon as you’re able so we can send you information about important next steps!

You will need your UW Oshkosh NetID and password to select your Titan Takeoff date. 


What can I expect during Titan Takeoff? 

  • Obtain your TitanCard (student ID) 
  • Engage with new & current UWO students  
  • Meet in-person with an academic advisor 
  • Schedule your first semester classes 
  • Participate in a campus resource session (students & guests) 
  • Plan to be on campus from 8:30am- 5:00pm. When selecting a date, please keep in mind your other commitments (sports, school dances, graduation, etc.) to prevent double booking yourself.

Next Steps Checklist

Now that you are officially a Titanthere are a few things you need to do before attending orientation (Titan Takeoff). Here is a checklist to help you walk through your next steps to become a UW Oshkosh Titan.

New Student and Family Programs

748 Algoma Blvd.
Reeve Union, Room 104
Oshkosh, WI 54901

(920) 424-2909


Contact Us

Send a message to the new student and family programs office.

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What do I need to do before my Titan Takeoff date?

  • Register & complete the UW System placement tests before your Titan Takeoff date 
  • Complete an online orientation session & pre-advising form – more information to come in a separate email 

    UW Oshkosh Email Update:

    Multi-Factor Authentication is two-step verification process that each UWO student must use when accessing their Outlook email account. This authentication process is to better secure your email, especially when accessing sensitive information. Because passwords can be forgotten, stolen, or compromised, this additional security step helps to make your account more difficult for others to access.

    The UW Oshkosh IT Department has step-by-step instructions as to how to set this up on their website here.