Cheryl Champion

Cheryl Champion

Class of: 2020
Area: 91.3 FM KUWS Superior
Program: Studio Art
I wasn’t ready to retire…
Kenneth  Timm

Kenneth Timm

Class of: 2017
Area: Writing and Library Science Department
Program: Writing
I can’t describe what this place has done for me. It’s changed my attitude toward everything, especially what education means. I owe my future to UW-Superior.
Patricia  Hovi

Patricia Hovi

Class of: 2018
Area: Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department
Program: Legal Studies
Superior is home, and for me, UW­-Superior is the only university I would be so proud to get a Legal Studies bachelor’s degree from.
Genna Christian

Genna Christian

Class of: 2017
Area: Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department
Program: Social Work
UW-Superior’s environment is so inviting, and it makes everyone feel like one big family.
Adelia Kindstrand

Adelia Kindstrand

Class of: 2018
Area: Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department
Program: Social Work
I met a bunch of great people that helped me to feel a bit less like the odd (wo)man out."
Eric Dolsen

Eric Dolsen

Class of: 2019
Area: School of Business and Economics
Program: Business Administration
The VNSC has helped me since day one. They helped me enroll, apply for my GI Bill® and access resources.
Scott McNorton

Scott McNorton

Class of: 2017
Area: Health and Human Performance Department
Being an older student was nerve-wracking, but everyone was super-accepting and wanted to get to know me.
Ilana Yokel

Ilana Yokel

Class of: 2016
Area: Department of Education
Program: Individually Designed
The teachers want to know you here. You're not a face in the crowd.
  • Class of: 2019
    I learned that if you need help or assistance, never be scared of asking because the instructors are always there to help and listen. Read more.
  • Class of: 2014
    People are really friendly. I loved my experience here. The classes are worth it." Read more.
  • Class of: 2015
    I had great professors who really understood how I learn and got to know me." Read more.
  • Class of: 2020
    The Foundation scholarship I was awarded does not just help alleviate the financial burden I face as a student. It also greatly helps helps my ability to complete any educational task sent my way. I am more strongly motivated to become a better asset to the campus radio station, KUWS, as well as to UW-Superior as a whole. I am incredibly honored and grateful that I can accept the scholarship support, and am very excited for the future is helps open up. Thank you Foundation donors for helping create these opportunities!
  • Class of: 2011
    My experience as a student was phenomenal. The small class sizes provided a sense of importance, and the professors were top notch." Read more.
    Bethany Kepler
    "It's a great place to go to school!" Read more.
    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.
    Gloria Eslinger
    Courses include Art Therapy Fundamentals, Practicum, Painting, Multi-Modal Art Therapy, Expressive Arts for Change and Research.
    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.
    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.
  • Andrew Suralski

    I enjoyed coming to Superior and taking advantage of the opportunities that extended beyond campus. Read More
    Andrew  Suralski
  • Sharra Wagner

    The liberal arts focus of the university gave me an edge among my colleagues." Read More
    Sharra Wagner
  • Dave Moen

    It’s obvious that education is extremely important, and getting more important every day. You have to be able to think outside of the box and get out of your comfort zone. Read More
    Dave Moen