Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College

Liberal Arts

About UW-Superior

Liberal Arts

The University of Wisconsin-Superior fosters intellectual growth
and career preparation within a liberal arts tradition
that emphasizes individual attention and embodies respect
for diverse cultures and multiple voices.

At UW-Superior, students explore all facets of education - art, science, music, history, mathematics, philosophy, politics, writing, literature and more - expanding their perspective, critical thinking skills and intellectual capabilities.

Small class sizes and discussion-based classes provide students opportunities to learn through inquiry and actively engage their minds, ensuring a rich and meaningful educational experience.

UW-Superior aims to develop individuals who continually grow intellectually, benefiting them in not only their career but also their personal development.

UW-Superior students learn through service

UW-Superior's Academic Service-Learning initiative forms a symbiotic relationship between a student's learning and a community need to serve the Twin Ports area in a practical manner while furthering a student's education through reflection and real-world experience.

UW-Superior students are integrated from the outset

From the moment UW-Superior students step foot on campus, they are actively integrated into the campus community through experiences and opportunities unique to first-year students.

UW-Superior students gain a global perspective 

UW-Superior students engage in multicultural and expanded language course offerings, study abroad opportunities, and various other global experiences.

UW-Superior students' education culminates

Each student's educational career culminates in a piece of significant scholarly or creative work, using knowledge, experience and skills gained from both their major area of study and their general education courses.

UW-Superior students write in all disciplines

UW-Superior students use writing as a means to learn and to communicate in a variety of classes, creating a culture of writing across campus.


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