UW Oshkosh is in the heart of the 67,500+ Oshkosh community on a 173.5 acre campus with 52 buildings.
UW Oshkosh intercollegiate sports teams
have won 46 national championships.
More than 85,000 alumni
call UW Oshkosh their alma mater.
There are more than 170
student organizations and clubs at UW Oshkosh.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh—Where Excellence and Opportunity Meet
With 60 undergraduate majors and more than 100 minors, as well 17 graduate programs, two doctoral programs and 21 graduate certificate programs, UW Oshkosh is your place to find your path, grow your world, learn to lead and succeed.
As one of the largest universities in the state with more than nearly 14,000 students, UW Oshkosh provides opportunities to explore your interests and passions.
Achieve your goals with a UW Oshkosh degree. Explore passions through student organizations, internships, graduate assistantships and student-faculty collaborations. UW Oshkosh has resources for traditional, adult nontraditional students, veterans, graduate and international students.
160Majors, minor and emphases
13,900Number of Students
160+Student Clubs and Organizations
Welcome to UW Oshkosh!
The UW Oshkosh campus is located along the beautiful Fox River and is within walking distance of downtown shops, cafes and cultural venues. Spanning 173.5 acres—but only a 10-minute walk from one side of campus to the other—UWO is constantly growing and evolving to meet the needs of its students.
At UW Oshkosh, students can use the Writing Center, Math Lab, Center for Academic Resources, Reading Study Skills Center and more.
UW Oshkosh Student Life
Students can get involved in more than 160 student organizations and clubs, Greek Life and attend athletic events for FREE.
More than 66,700 residents call Oshkosh home. The city hosts nearly 1,000 events a year and has three museums.
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As a college senior who is 30 days away from graduating (but it’s not like anyone is counting…), I feel like I have reached my peak level of college experiences. You know, the whole “older and wiser” thing. (Even though I still don’t feel like an adult. When does that happen?) So, I thought I’d share some of the unexpected things that have happened to me during the past four years, all of which have ultimately helped me learn and grow.read more