Meet Shalese Snowdon
As a sophomore from Warroad, Minn. majoring in Legal Studies and minoring in First Nations Studies, Shalese has immersed herself in the campus culture. She is a student lead in the Cyber-Robotics after-school program, works in the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Jim Dan Hill Library, is a member of the Yellowjacket Volleyball team, is an active participant in the Native Nations student organization, and is involved in the Leadership and Mentorship program. Shalese is a great example of how our students are benefitting from being engaged in a wide variety of clubs, athletics and activities (inside and outside the campus community).
Shalese understands what your generous support means to her personally, and to all students. As a scholarship recipient, she has directly benefitted from gifts to the UW-Superior Foundation. She is one of many hardworking students who would not be able to attend college if it weren’t for the contributions of alumni and friends like you.
Your gifts to the Superior Fund have had a direct impact in preparing students, like Shalese, to become well-educated leaders. Scholarship assistance, top-notch professors, strong student support programs, and a wide array of student clubs and campus life activities are all supported by gifts to the Superior Fund.
Show your support for students like Shalese with a gift to the Superior Fund today. Your gift will help provide students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary to make a meaningful difference in our world.