College Night Helps Oshkosh Students Explore Options, April 16

posted Mar 19, 2019, 7:14 AM by Katie Nieman   [ updated Mar 19, 2019, 7:16 AM ]
You’ve thought about going to college, but you’re not sure how to begin or what is right for you. Should you apply to a two-year or four-year college? A technical college? A public or a private college? The Oshkosh Area School District invites all area high school students and their families to attend the 5th Annual Oshkosh College Night on Tuesday, April 16 in the Oshkosh North High School Auditorium (1100 W Smith Ave, Oshkosh WI); doors open at 5 p.m. with a College Fair, the presentation will begin at 5:30 p.m. 

An event flyer is available online: 2019 Oshkosh College Night

College Night is a time to learn about going to college and how to get the most out the college experience. The College Fair will feature representatives from various types of higher-education colleges and universities. Students and families will be able to visit with representatives, ask questions and get campus and program material. The College Night presentation will provide information about the college search process. Additionally, higher-education representatives will share information about four-year University of Wisconsin options, two-year University of Wisconsin options, four-year private colleges, and technical colleges. 

All are invited and encouraged to attend!  However, this event is specifically designed with Oshkosh high school students, especially sophomores and juniors, and undecided seniors, as well as their parents and families in mind. The event is hosted by the Oshkosh North High School Counseling Department. For more information about College Night, contact Oshkosh North High School Senior Counselor, Andrea Holdorf, at 

The Oshkosh Area School District is committed to making sure that all students are College, Career, and Community Ready (CCCR). Through CCCR’s three areas of focus: Career Exploration, Financial Literacy and Life and Career Skills, the OASD will provide opportunities and experiences to our students so that they can make informed decisions regarding their future after graduation.