What do I need to submit for my application?
Please refer to the How to Apply page, as the required materials for each type of student will vary.
What is your application deadline?
UW Oshkosh does not have an application deadline; however, certain things— like scholarships— do have deadlines. Additionally, some other elements of your admission (placement testing, housing, class registration) are time sensitive. Therefore, we recommend applying to the University as soon as possible.
How do I waive the application fee?
We have an application fee waiver request. Please call us at (920) 424-3164 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a copy of this form. Some form of verification of financial need is typically needed with the request.
Students transferring directly from a UW System 2-year school, or re-entry students who previously took courses as a degree-seeking student at UW Oshkosh, do not need to pay the application fee.
Can I use the application fee waiver request from my high school?
Yes. It will be processed and reviewed in the same way as our request form.
How do I pay the application fee?
Students typically pay the application fee directly on the online application. Students who choose to pay by check may make checks payable to the University of Wisconsin. (For more info, visit the UW System website.)
If I cancel my application, can I get my application fee back?
No, the application fee is nonrefundable.
How can I make changes to my application?
If you need to make updates to your application, please email us at email@example.com. You will not be able to make changes to a submitted application on your own. You can make edits on the application prior to submission.
I’m having trouble with the application! What do I do?
If you are having trouble with the UW System application itself, please contact the UW System Help Desk at 1-800-442-6459 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A STARS Charter Participant, UW-Oshkosh is the first in Wisconsin to earn a STARS Gold rating, and only the twenty-fifth in all of North America. Moreover, the institution earned distinction as the first university in the United States to declare itself a Fair Trade University. UW—Oshkosh has taken a three-pronged approach to renewable energy. First, it is a major purchaser of wind power electricity from Wisconsin Public Service's NatureWise Program. Second, it has incorporated solar energy technologies on the campus including the 2010 installation of its first photovoltaic panels. Third, in 2011, UW— Oshkosh debuted the first commercial-scale dry anaerobic bio-digester in the Americas to generate renewable energy from biomass. Always conscious of the natural environment, the university’s participations in both the Tree Campus USA program and RecycleMania demonstrate its dedication to campus forestry and recycling. Interested in Green Building? UW—Oshkosh has adopted the goal of LEED Gold for all future construction, with several current building under review for certification. Students will be the green leaders of tomorrow—environmental degrees are offered in the College of Business and department of biology and microbiology, and students take active parts as firsthand leaders in the sustainability movement on the boards and advisory committees of various campus centers including Reeve Memorial Center and the Student Recreation and Wellness Center.
School Has Formal Sustainability Committee
Sustainability-focused degree available
School employs a sustainability officer
Public GHG inventory plan
% food budget spent on local/organic food
Carpool/Vanpool Matching Program
Free Or Reduced Price Transit Passes And/Or Free Campus Shuttle
Indoor And Secure Bike Storage, Shower Facilities, And Lockers For Bicycle Commuters
Reduced Parking Fees For Car And Van Poolers
School Adopted A Policy Prohibiting Idling
School Developed Bicycle Plan
Data provided by Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), STARS®, as of March, 2017.
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