Why UW-Superior

Lighten your Fall or Spring Semester schedule
Give yourself the opportunity for an easier work schedule or time for an internship during the spring or fall. You could even plan an internship for the summer.

Get ahead in your studies
Be able to get to advanced courses sooner and fulfill your degree requirements quicker, giving you the opportunity to graduate early. Most courses last only three or four weeks, so you'll still have plenty of time to enjoy the summer.

Free up time during the busy academic year
You'll have time for a job, internship or extracurricular activity.

Stop losing money
You may be losing more than $45,000 per year when you don't finish your degree in four years. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, that was the average salary for new college graduates in 2015. When it takes you longer to finish your degree, you are losing out on potential income.

Pay lower tuition rates
Summer college on-campus tuition rates are lower than fall and spring semester tuition rates.  In addition, UW-Superior students who lived in the residence halls during the spring or will in the fall pay a reduced housing rate.

Financial Aid may be available
Did you know that 82% of UW-Superior students receive some type of financial aid?

Living on campus is less expensive during Summer College
A standard double room is just $200 for the entire summer. Residence Life has air conditioners available for rental and food service will be available during the summer, too.

Easily connect with professors and peers
Fewer students take summer courses, allowing you to build better relationships with peers and professors.  Enjoy a relaxed campus atmosphere that gives you the feeling of summer break while still in class.

Get your GPA back on track
Summer session is a great time to focus on your studies and get back on track if you have struggled throughout the year.  

Enjoy the warm summer months of Superior
Summer in Superior means bright sun, warm weather and miles of sandy beach at Wisconsin Point. Most courses last only three to four weeks, meaning you still get a summer vacation.