UW-Superior: Value, Community, Results



Of the three four-year colleges in Duluth-Superior, the University of Wisconsin-Superior is the most affordable. Minnesota residents pay close to the same rate as Wisconsin residents and more than 90 percent of students get some form of financial aid. This chart breaks it down -- take a look!


UW-Superior's Academic Service-Learning program gets students working in the community to meet real-world needs while learning academic concepts. Last year, students did nearly 22,000 hours of service for more than 140 community partners in the Duluth-Superior area.


At UW-Superior, we have more job offers for graduates of our transportation and logistics management than we have students available. Across all programs, 95 percent of UW-Superior graduates enter the workforce or continue their education. UW-Superior now offers more than 30 undergraduate majors and 5 graduate programs -- including online degrees --  in the sciences, arts and professional studies. Explore UW-Superior majors here.

By the Numbers

Numbers can't tell the whole story -- but they're a good start. 

Number of students enrolled
at UW-Superior.

Average class size
at UW-Superior.

Percent of students who are the first
generation in their family to graduate from college.

Number of new and returning students living in the residences halls on campus.

The year Pixar co-founder David DiFrancesco graduated from UW-Superior.

$2.5 million in federally funded research conducted by UW-Superior faculty, staff, and community partners.

Percent of buildings built new or renovated in the past decade.


Of 30 universities in the United States to offer bachelor's and master's degrees in art therapy.

Value of community service hours donated by students to the local economy.

National rank in U.S. News and World Report's 2014 "Best Online Bachelor's Programs" list.

Of only 28 undergraduate programs in the United States certified by the American Society of Transportation and Logistics.

Rank among University of Wisconsin System schools in percentage of undergraduate international students.