Registration Form

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Student Information

Greetings and welcome to the Accessibility Center at UW Oshkosh!

We recognize the diversity of abilities and challenges that each student brings to our campus. Our team is here to provide the accommodations and support services to meet your unique needs.

Our mission is to collaboratively engage with you throughout the interactive process, aligning with the principles set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990), the ADA Amendments of 2011, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973).

At the heart of our mission is the belief that every student deserves equal opportunities to excel academically. We understand that your journey may present unique circumstances, and we are here to assist you in identifying and implementing accommodations that foster your success. 

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Important Information regarding Title IX

The Title IX Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Office at UW Oshkosh affords supportive measures and accommodations for pregnant and parenting students and students impacted by sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and all forms of sex discrimination.  Students are not required to disclose this type of private information outside of the Title IX Office.   Meeting with the Title IX Office will ensure that students are informed of their rights and does not initiate an investigation. 

Please note that all staff in the Accessibility Center are mandatory reporters to the Title IX office.

Academic Information

What is your current class standing?Required
What semester and year did you first enroll at UW-Oshkosh?Required
Check all that apply:Required


In order to be determined eligible to receive accommodation services, the student must submit documentation from a qualified professional that verifies that a condition exists that substantially limits a major life activity (i.e. walking, seeing, breathing, hearing, learning, communicating, etc.). While IEP and 504 plans are welcome, they may not be sufficient documentation for eligibility purposes, depending upon the content and the identified disability.

Important Information:

Documentation Guidelines:

Not sure where to get documentation? Start with the UWO Student Health Center and Counseling Center

  • The Student Health Center at UW Oshkosh offers healthcare services to currently enrolled students. If you are interested in making an appointment, please call (920) 424-2424.
  • The Counseling Center at UW Oshkosh is a center of encouraging, compassionate professionals who engage students in overcoming challenges and achieving wellness while honoring the dignity and worth of each person. If you are interested in making an appointment, please call (920) 424-2061.
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Disability Information

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Accommodations Requested

Are you requesting classroom accommodations?Required
Are you requesting housing accommodations?Required
Are you requesting parking accommodations?Required
Are you requesting dining accommodations?Required
I give my permission for information regarding my Individualized Accommodation Plan to be shared with the following individuals. I understand that I can submit a written statement revoking or changing this authorization at any time.
I give permission for my accommodation plan to be shared with testing servicesRequired

Submission of this request does not imply you will receive services. In addition to this application, in order to be eligible for disability related services, students must have a documented disabling condition as defined by the Americans with Disabilites Act of 1990 (ADA), ADA Amendments Act 2009 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Seeking Additional Support?

Consider applying to Project Success in conjunction with the Accessibility Center. What is Project Success?  Project Success is a remedial program for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities attending UW Oshkosh. Project Success provides individualized support in the form of organizational tutoring, which assists students with executive function skills. The program is one of the few university programs in the country that provides individualized support to students to promote academic independence. The program also provides an opportunity for students to prepare for college through the annual summer bridge program. 

Project Success Registration

Are you interested in registering with Project Success (dyslexia, language-based or learning disability, or ADHD)? You can find more information here.