University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers more than 60 majors across four colleges. UW Oshkosh has been providing the residents of northeastern Wisconsin with high-quality and affordable education since 1871.
The third largest public university in the state, UW Oshkosh is committed to providing students with a broad knowledge base and transferable skills as well as a strong sense of values and ethics that prepares them for civic leadership in society.
The campus community promotes enrichment and active learning with opportunities for sports and recreation, arts and culture, service learning and career-building. More than 13,600 students benefit from the nationally recognized expertise of our faculty, a wide variety of courses and degrees offered — including 58 undergraduate majors, 17 master’s degree programs and one doctoral degree (Doctorate of Nursing Practice) — and modest class sizes that foster one-on-one and collaborative learning with professors, rather than teaching assistants.
The University serves the community and beyond through a multitude of programs, services and partnerships, including collaborations with other colleges, nationally and internationally. The University has a significant economic impact on the state and regional community — more than $500 million annually. The campus helped create more than 9,000 jobs in recent years and generated $37.5 million in tax revenue, while students and staff gave $4 million in time and money to local charities.
The University is proud of its nearly 80,000 alumni who are entrepreneurs, teachers, medical professionals and leaders. UW Oshkosh’s positive impact spreads throughout the country and truly defines “Titan pride.”
UW Oshkosh –– where excellence and opportunity meet.