Kristina Wheatman

Kristina Wheatman

Class of: 2018
Area: Visual Arts Department
Program: Art Therapy
The faculty want to see students succeed on an academic and personal level and that's another really awesome thing to see.
John Bergstrom

John Bergstrom

Class of: 2018
Area: School of Business and Economics
Program: International Business
I just really like this school overall. Here you’re so close with others. Living in the residence halls really helped that.
Sarah Young-Church

Sarah Young-Church

Class of: 2020
Area: Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department
Program: Social Work
Being at UW-Superior has made me realize how much I should appreciate the support systems I have here and back home.
  • I appreciate that others are doing what they can to encourage me to continue to improve myself and provide me with the education and tools to take on new opportunities. Read more.
  • Class of: 2019
    From the Yellowjacket Union green roof to the facilities - the programs are amazing and the things people do on this campus are incredible." Read more.
  • Class of: 2021
    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.
  • When I learned that I had been awarded a scholarship I was ecstatic. It helped me worry less about funding my studies and allows me to do my best to keep my grades high. Read more.
  • I have been studying voice privately for eight years now, and I think I made more progress with the UW-Superior Music faculty in just two semesters than I had in my previous seven years. I am so proud of how far I have come and I am so excited to keep working next year. I wouldn’t be able to do any of this without the generosity that has been shown to me through Foundation scholarships. Music and singing are my passion, and I will not forget that the reason I am even able to attend this amazing school and pursue that passion is because of your generosity. Thank you Foundation donors.
  • ADMISSIONS,STUDENT,TRANSFER PROFILE:
    Kristina Wheatman
    The faculty want to see students succeed on an academic and personal level and that's another really awesome thing to see. Read more.
  • STUDENT,INTERNATIONAL PROFILE:
    Fiorella Luna Fuentes
    I really like the instructors here. They are like friends. Even though there is a language barrier, I can still talk to them. I feel so comfortable in my classes, and I can ask them for help with anything I need Read more.
  • STUDENT PROFILE:
    Carsen Wetzel
    Seeing how open and accepting UW-Superior is has taught me to do the same for others. Having a positive attitude is something that I can bring into the world and share with others. Read more.
  • ALUMNI,FACULTY/STAFF PROFILE:
    Gloria Eslinger
    Courses include Art Therapy Fundamentals, Practicum, Painting, Multi-Modal Art Therapy, Expressive Arts for Change and Research.
  • FACULTY/STAFF PROFILE:
    Timothy Cleary
    The taste of victory is addictive. I try to make sure that learning experiences are individually relevant and involve overcoming challenges. Read more.
  • Paige Wojysiak

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

    I’m prepared to go into the real world. The great instructors taught me the core skills needed for both the transportation industry and life. Read More
    Matthew Glowacki
  • Camisha Montgomery

    I had experienced a connection and teamwork instrumental in helping me to overcome various challenges along the way.” Read More
    Camisha Montgomery