UW Oshkosh Partnership Brings New Bachelor’s Degree to UWFox
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UWFox CEO/Dean Jim Perry, UW
Oshkosh Assistant Vice-Chancellor for
Lifelong Learning and Community
Engagement Martin Tadlock,
UW Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells,
and UW Colleges & UW-Extension
Chancellor David Wilson gather
for a group photo after the signing
UWFox CEO/Dean, Jim Perry,
address the audience at the
news conference and signing
ceremony while UW Colleges
Chancellor David Wilson (left)
and UW Oshkosh Chancellor
Richard Wells look on.
UW Colleges and UW-Extension
Chancellor David Wilson addresses
the news conference and signing
(Left to right) UW Colleges and
UW-Extension Chancellor David
Wilson, UW Oshkosh Chancellor
Richard Wells, UWFox CEO/Dean
Jim Perry, and UW Oshkosh Assistant
Vice-Chancellor for Lifelong Learning
and Community Engagement Martin
Tadlock sign the official collaboration
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley have entered into a new partnership that will allow area residents to earn a Bachelor of Liberal Studies (B.L.S.) degree in Leadership Development from UW Oshkosh, with all classes held at the UWFox campus in Menasha.
UWFox Campus Executive Officer and Dean Jim Perry, UW Colleges Chancellor David Wilson and UW Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells signed the pact on Tuesday, March 3 during a ceremony held at UWFox.
UWFox students can earn credits toward both their associate’s and bachelor’s degrees simultaneously by fulfilling their general education course requirements at UWFox. With an emphasis in Leadership Development, UW Oshkosh’s B.L.S. program is designed specifically to serve adult students and will be delivered at UWFox using a combination of face-to-face classes, distance learning technology and online learning.
Perry said, "Over the past several years as I have met with individuals in our community, one theme has emerged – the need for educational access at a place and time convenient for the student. This is especially important for the non-traditional student, the adult learner, trying to juggle his or her family, professional and educational life. These bachelor degree programs are designed to fit the needs, from content to scheduling, of busy people."
UWO and UWFox are two of the 26 campuses that comprise University of Wisconsin System, with UWFox part of the 13-campus UW Colleges.
This is the fifth bachelor’s degree offered at UWFox, which also offers degrees mechanical engineering and electrical engineering through UW-Platteville, Organizational Administration through UW Oshkosh, and American Studies through UW-Stevens Point.
For more information on this program or to talk to an advisor, contact Mary Ann Bazile, Adult Student Initiative Coordinator, at 920-428-1299 or email email@example.com, or visit www.uwfox.uwc.edu.