UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SUPERIOR

United States, Wisconsin

Founded in 1893, the University of Wisconsin–Superior (UWS) is a public university located in Superior, Wisconsin. It has it's accredited with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and is an active member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. Moreover, many of its programs have received accreditation from various government bodies. Since its inception, the university has focused on emphasizing intellectual learning that helps the students to grow as an individual and embodies respect from different cultures. Furthermore, the student to faculty ratio here is 14:1, which provides a personalized learning environment. Faculties here are highly professional and well-experienced, committed to the development of the student. UWS offers the students to achieve their graduate and undergraduate, associate, and specialist degrees in the liberal arts, education, psychology, music, social work, and many more. To pursue higher education from UWS is still a dream for many.

Campus Life

The university has undergone several changes in terms of campus offerings. The only thing which is not changed yet is its top-quality student services. To foster the growth of its students in all terms, a student here can get engage in various student clubs and organizations, superior adventures, several recreational activities, student government activities, and different on-campus events. The university campus encompasses facilities like a health and wellness center, a fully functional gymnasium, world-class academic and administration buildings, a modern library, a bookstore, and few cafes. Additionally, on-campus housing and dining options are also available here at affordable rates. Those interested in sports can join the UWS’s athletic teams, nicknamed the Yellowjackets, and can compete at the national levels. Campus-life at UWS is worth experiencing.

Noted Alumni

Over the years UWS has given great minds to the world. Some of the notable alumni are Joe Kelly - an American author, Mary Hubler - an American attorney, who served as a state legislator in Wisconsin for more than 25 years, Stephen J. Smith - an American businessman, accountant, and Democratic politician, Douglas A. Sutherland - a former American football player, Scott O'Brien - an American football coach and former player.