The Link Center

Listen • Connect • Innovate

Previously known as the Center for Community Engaged Learning, the Link Center serves as a central point of access for community partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Superior and the region. Think of us as your link to build win-win partnerships between the university and community. Whether you are a community member looking to link with the university, or a faculty or staff member looking to connect with the community but are unsure where to start, contact us!

True to the Wisconsin Idea, our team believes in the power of meaningful partnerships through which student learning can be transformed, innovative solutions can be discovered, pressing needs can be addressed, and, together, we can enhance the vitality of our region.

UW-Superior: The Link Center


  • Alex Trewatha

    I would say that because of my AS-L experience, I am more aware of who I am as a person Read More
    Alex Trewatha
  • Zachery Abukhodair

    UW-Superior is an amazing place to go because of the instructors. They’re like a breath of fresh air, and they remind you that life on this campus is what college should be like. Read More
    Zachery Abukhodair
  • 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