This week includes activities that introduce you to life at UW Oshkosh. Welcome Week is a rich tradition at UWO and it is about building relationships with your fellow classmates, connecting with faculty/staff and returning students, becoming more acclimated to campus life, celebrating Titan spirit and pride and having fun! Notable events during Welcome Week include Rec Fest, Taste of UW Oshkosh and Reeve Union Board (RUB) events.
One of the biggest traditions on campus, Homecoming Week allows you to enter competitions with your organization or residence hall. It’s a week full of fun that includes student competitions, tent city celebrations, football game and royalty competitions.
Bye Gosh Fest occurs each year at the end of the spring semester. This festival includes a ton of music, games, food, crafts and more! It is the traditional celebration of the end of the academic year and has been a part of the UWO festivities for over 20 years.
UW Oshkosh’s late night program that takes place the first Friday of every month during the fall and spring semesters. The program offers FREE movies, bands, comedians, improv shows, arts and crafts, novelties, interactive games, dances and most importantly FREE late-night breakfast!
Each event starts at 8:30pm, with late-night breakfast starting at 11:00pm. Guests are $5.00 and must present a form of picture identification.
An annual week-long celebration of winter that has been a part of UW Oshkosh traditions for over 50 years. Events include ice sculpture carving, snow dodgeball, trivia night, rope pull, and it has a new theme every year.
Once a semester UW Oshkosh hosts "Hands on Oshkosh" a program where students, faculty and staff come together to go out into the community to volunteer and make a difference. Volunteer projects during the day vary based on what agencies are partnered with. Painting, weeding, planting, digging, cleaning and moving are all likely projects to help with.