About the University of Wisconsin-Superior
The University of Wisconsin-Superior is a dynamic public university of 2,589 students in the Duluth-Superior MN-WI metro area, which is on the western tip of Lake Superior.
Founded in 1893 as a teachers college, UW-Superior now offers more than 30 undergraduate majors and 5 graduate programs in the sciences, arts and professions. It joined the University of Wisconsin System in 1971.
- Our size and 14-to-1 student-teacher ratio give faculty members time to engage, challenge and mentor students.
- Students apply academic knowledge to projects that meet real community needs in the Academic Service-Learning program.
- Researchers at four institutes study Lake Superior's ecosystem and work to improve the transport and shipping industries in sustainable ways.
- UW-Superior's graduates are regional and national leaders in government, education, business, the arts and the professions.
- Elementary Education
- Communicating Arts
- Business Administration
- Physical Education
- Visual Arts
- Legal Studies
- Social Work