Getting Around Campus
Use the Interactive Campus Map to learn more about UWO.
Halsey Science Center
Arts and Communication Center
The Arts and Communication Center consists of two buildings: the West building and the North-South building. The Fredric March Theatre is located in the West building, while the departments of Communications, Art, Music, Radio-Television-Film, Anthropology and Religious Studies are located in the North-South building.
Fredric March Theatre
Clow Social Science Center/Nursing Education Building
Sage Hall is the newest academic building on the UWO campus and opened to students and faculty in fall of 2011. The College of Business and many departments that belong to the College of Letters and Science are housed here. This immaculate building contains faculty offices, lecture halls, state-of-the-art classrooms and space for meetings and conferences.
Kolf Sports Center
Many athletic events are held at the Kolf Sports Center. The athletic director, intramural athletics and athletic coaches’ offices are all inside Kolf. The fall and spring commencement ceremonies are also held at Kolf.
Behind the Kolf Sports Center (across the Fox River) is the Oshkosh Sports Complex, in which Titan Stadium which is the third largest stadium in Wisconsin. Football, baseball, soccer and track events are all held at the Oshkosh Sports Complex.
Student Recreation and Wellness Center
Gruenhagen Conference Center
The Gruenhagen Conference Center (GCC) is one of two conference centers on campus. GCC also offers overnight accommodations.
Alumni Welcome & Conference Center
Campus Center for Equity and Diversity
Student Success Center
Reeve Memorial Union
Reeve Memorial Union is in the center of campus and offers many features for students, faculty and staff.
- Mi Taza
- University Books & More
- Copy This!!
- Titan Central
- Advance Titan
- Corner Convenience Store
- Event Planning
- Titan Underground
- UW Credit Union