What is the housing situation?
Please see www.uwsuper.edu/oip/intl_pros/housingIntl.cfm.
In recent years, all students who have submitted their housing contracts and security deposits by the deadline (July 1 for the Fall semester, December 1 for the Spring semester) have successfully been placed in the residence halls.
The best way to see our campus, without actually visiting, is by taking a Campus Tour!
What about campus safety?
UW-Superior is located in a quiet residential neighborhood. Walkways and parking lots are well-lighted and equipped with emergency telephones linked directly to the campus safety office. Campus safety officers are on duty around the clock and will escort students when requested.
Residence Hall entry doors are locked at all times and guests must be escorted. A professional hall director supervises each building. All rooms have smoke detectors.
To help you make a smooth transition to college life in America, UW-Superior offers you your own support services on campus. Staff at the Office of International Programs can give you information and advice on personal, academic, immigration, and even financial concerns. They also organize a new student orientation program to welcome international students arriving at UW-Superior for the first time.
We also encourage international students to join the World Student Association (WSA), an active group of internationally-minded students that organizes films, dinners, picnics, Cultural Night, and trips for skiing, shopping, and cultural excursions.
Our international students are involved in various organizations on campus and within Superior, Wisconsin/Duluth, Minnesota community. For example, international students in involved in:
- UW-Superior Student Ambassadors
- UW-Superior the Student Senators
- Research in university departments
- Resident Assistants in dormitories
- World Student Association
- Oriental Culture Club
- Student Activity Board
- University Relations/University Advancement
- Student Newspaper "The Stinger"
- UW-Superior Orchestra
- Internships at local businesses
- UW-Superior Dance Team
- UW-Superior sports teams (soccer, basketball, volleyball, golf, softball, baseball)
- Amnesty International
- Model United Nations
- American National Mock Trial Team
- Economics Association
- American Marketing Association
- UW-Superior Academic Affairs Council
- Interpreting at local international sports and cultural events
- Presentations in Cultural Education in local schools, sharing their culture and language with young American kids
- Superior Cricket Club
Check out the full list of Student Organizations and Clubs at UW-Superior.
How is the food in the cafeteria?
Our food service offers many different types of food at each meal. You can eat anything that's available, and you can eat whenever you like during the day. Our workers will work with you to meet special dietary needs or to provide vegetarian meals. They also will work with you to include spices and native foods from your homeland.
Men: Baseball, basketball, cross country, ice hockey and track and field
Women: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Track & Field, and Volleyball
Student athletes are usually 'recruited' by the coach of each sport to be a part of the team BEFORE they arrive at UW-Superior. However, most sports also hold 'Walk-on Tryouts' just before the semester starts. At this time, a student can walk in and tryout for the team.
Students interested in participating in activities on an informal basis, there are dozens of opportunities through the Marcovich Wellness Center.