Admission will be determined by a comprehensive review of academic and non-academic factors. The University of Wisconsin Superior fosters intellectual growth and career preparation within a liberal arts tradition that emphasizes individual attention and embodies respect for diversity and multiple voices. UW-Superior recommends following NACAC’s best practices for Student Rights and Responsibilities
Students transferring to UW-Superior from accredited college parallel programs, colleges or universities with 12 or more earned credits and a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (a letter grade of C) or better will usually be admitted in good standing. (Some majors require higher grade point averages to be admitted into those programs.
Students with 12 or more credits who have less than a 2.0 cumulative grade point average may be admitted on probation if their previous collegiate record meets the requirement of Standards for Academic Good Standing at UW-Superior, and if they would have originally qualified for admission as freshmen. Transfer applicants with fewer than 12 earned credits may be admitted if they would have originally qualified for admission as a freshman at UW-Superior.
UW-Superior's general education requirements are considered satisfied if a student has earned an associate's degree from a University of Wisconsin System institution or a Minnesota State Colleges and Universities institution.