When the university cancels classes or closes the campus because of an emergency, this is how it will notify students and employees:
A message will be sent to the cell phones of SAFE Alert users. Sign up for this service at www.uwsuper.edu/safe
A message will be posted on the UW-Superior homepage at www.uwsuper.edu
A message will be sent to everyone by e-mail from UW-Superior News.
Weather and Emergency Hotline
Call the UW-Superior Weather and Emergency Hotline at (715) 394-8400 .
This recorded message gives you the latest information about any campus-wide class cancellation or campus closing. It is updated by 6 a.m. for changes affecting daytime classes and by 2 p.m. for changes affecting evening classes. The hotline can handle many calls at once. If you get a busy signal, dial again.
Regional broadcast media
Information about weather cancellations or other emergencies is relayed to radio and TV stations in Superior and Duluth, including KUWS 91.3 FM.
- KDAL 610 AM
- KUWS 91.3 FM
Keep in mind that power failures may make it impossible for one or more of these methods to be used. If in doubt, check more than one source of information.
These notifications will be used only for campus-wide situations. Changes or cancellations of individual classes must be communicated by instructors to students in a pre-arranged manner.