Find Your Home at UW-Superior
We have a large international student population at UW-Superior and are thrilled that you are considering calling us home for your university education. Whether you are pursuing an on-campus or online program, you can feel confident knowing you’re part of a supportive community that wants you to succeed.
The information below is for guidance for students who:
- Are not U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents,
- Are interested in enrolling in an on-campus UW-Superior bachelor’s degree program on a nonimmigrant visa, for example, F-1 or J-1,
- Are in their final year of high school (secondary school) or have completed high school (secondary school)
International students interested in applying for a Master’s degree program should refer to our Graduate Admissions application information.
International students interested in applying for an online Bachelor’s degree program should contact email@example.com for more information.
International students applying as an exchange student through Ibaraki University, Oldenburg University, Yonsei University-Mirae or a Hessen university should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are uncertain about your status, please contact the International Admissions for guidance.
Applications and all required materials must arrive to our office by 11:59 PM Central Standard Time on the deadline dates below.
Fall Semester (September – December)
- Preferred deadline: May 1
- Final deadline: July 1
Spring Semester (January – May)
- Preferred deadline: October 1
- Final deadline: November 15
International students who are currently in F-1 status and in the U.S. at the time of application will be considered after the application deadline on a case-by-case basis.
Submitting Application Materials
For admissions purposes, in most cases UW-Superior will accept scanned copies of application materials if they are clear and complete. Please mail scanned copies as PDFs to email@example.com and be sure to include your full name. Admitted students are required to submit official paper copies of their application documents after they arrive to campus.
Please note you should request additional original documentation for your own records and to present to the U.S. Consulate or Embassy. Original documentation will be required when applying for a student visa and when entering the United States.
Estimated Processing Time
Once all of the necessary documents have been received, please allow 2-3 weeks for a decision.
Integrity in Applying
Academic Integrity is valued in our community and in the admission process. By signing the application, students certify that it is complete and accurate. The written statement is a required part of the application. Applications for admission that include written statements that are wholly or partially plagiarized (not written by the applicant) or generated by AI (an artificial intelligence tool) will not be approved.