First Year Experience
University of Wisconsin-Superior
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
First Year Experience
On Campus Resources
The Center for Academic Advising exists to provide student advisement services. They work with students from the moment they start here at UWS until graduation. They provide advisement services to students who have not declared a major, are in transition between majors, and/or are undecided about their academic or career path. Students also have access to the 4 Year Pathways documents which lay out what the degree requirements are for each major in order to help them with their degree planning.
The Center for Academic Advising is located in Old Main 134.
The Academic Support Center is a FREE tutoring lab which allows students to work with peer tutors who can help you succeed in the classroom. Tutoring is offered both one-on-one as well as in small groups. You can also use this area as a quiet place to study for your courses.
The tutoring lab is located in Swenson 1025 and open Monday-Thursday from 8am-6pm, and Fridays from 8am-4pm. If you have any questions, contact Lon Bagley at 715-394-8087.
The Math Lab is another FREE service offered through Student Support Services, and is specialized to help you succeed in your math courses here at UWS. The math lab is located in Swenson 1024. Contact
Campus Safety conduct walking and vehicle patrols on a 24-hour basis. All buildings on campus are patrolled on a random basis. You can also contact the on-duty officer if you would like to be escorted to or from your car or residence hall.
If you need to contact an officer for any reason you can reach them at 715-394-8114. In case of emergency, always call 911 first. The police will then contact campus safety. The campus safety office is located at the corner of Belknap Street & Catlin Avenue in the same building as parking services.
Career Services also puts on programs each semester to help prepare you for your life in a professional setting. Programs include No Gigs for Pigs Etiquette Dinner, Head of the Lakes Job and Internship fair, and much more!
Students can Study Away in faculty-led programs to Bali, Bosnia, China, France,Ghana, India, Martinique, Mexico and Spain. The campus also offers semester and academic year programs to countries such as Canada, China, Costa Rica, Germany, Italy, Japan, Scotland, and South Korea. Other popular destinations such as Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Poland, and many other countries are available through sister campuses within the University of Wisconsin system.
Another terrific opportunity to help students graduate on time is the National Student Exchange. This domestic study away program includes nearly 190 member universities throughout the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Guam at which students may study for a semester or academic year. Eligibility includes a minimum 2.5 GPA, no incompletes on record, and at least sophomore year standing at the time of exchange.
For more information on either of these programs contact
Residence Life is "Your Home Away from Home!" The staff in the Residence Life office and in the Residence Halls are here to help you succeed at UW-Superior. They can help you succeed academically, point you to campus resources, and overall make the transition from home to college much easier.
If you have any questions, you can contact the
Student Health and Counseling Services exists to work with students on any physical, mental, or emotional issues that may be interfering with their academics.
If you have any questions about the services offered or if you would like to set up an appointment, you can contact
Student Involvement provides leadership and volunteering opportunities, as well as puts on annual events such as Family Weekend, Winterfest, and College Rocks Week.
For more information on getting involved on campus e-mail
Technology Services can help with any questions you may have about the technology on campus. They also loan out equipment and manage on-campus print credits.
For any questions, contact the Technology
Students living in the residence halls receive technology services through ResNet, which is a part of Residence Life. They provide voice, video, and data services in the residence halls. If you're having problems with any technology in the res halls, contact
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