Center for Community Engaged Learning

The Center for Community Engaged Learning provides a one-stop-shop for community engagement. If you’re looking to connect with campus or the community but are unsure where to start, contact us!

A primary goal for the Center for Community Engaged Learning is to empower UW-Superior students to become active citizens that tackle critical challenges by participating in hands-on, practical learning experiences while reciprocally meeting the region’s most pressing needs and priorities.

Do you care about UW-Superior and the future of the City of Superior? We want to hear from you! Join us at one of our public Embracing and Envisioning Superior listening sessions.

During Spring 2018, the Center and the Mayor of Superior are jointly conducting a series of listening sessions to determine the community’s significant assets and greatest needs. The information will be used by the Mayor’s office to drive budget priorities for the upcoming year, for branding and building community pride, and also used by UW-Superior to align campus resources and provide our community partners with campus expertise to better address our area’s needs. 

Carnegie Classification Badge


In 2020, UW-Superior was named a recipient of the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, an elective designation that indicates institutional commitment to community engagement.

UW-Superior: Meeting Regional Needs, One Partnership at a Time


  • Rachel Tuve

    My ASL experience was at Superior Children’s Center which is a daycare that serves children ages 6 months-4 years. During my time at the Superior Children’s Center, I learned a lot about child development, how children behave, as well as how to work with young kids. In my community, I value a sense of safety and belonging, which I helped to foster at the daycare. I want to live in a place where I know a lot of the people surrounding me and a lot of them know me. The scholarship money I have received during my time at UWS has supported me in all my aspirations, including the ASL assignment where I received real world experience in my career field. Read More
    Rachel Tuve
  • Amber Heidenreich

    I feel more inspired and capable in my ability to create opportunities that benefit myself and others Read More
    Amber Heidenreich
  • Paige Wojysiak

    I not only learned more about my community, but I also about myself Read More
    Paige Wojysiak