Connect Virtually

UWS Social Media  

Stay connected with Student Affairs on social media! There are lots of great activities, tips, and conversation being shared via Facebook and Instagram from the following offices and accounts. 

Virtual Connections (UW-Superior username/password required) 

UW-Superior offers the following tools for messaging and video conferencing. These are great ways to stay virtually connected with friends, classmates, and student organization members. 

  • Microsoft Teams: A collaboration app you can use to send chat messages, make audio and video calls, screenshare, share files, and more. This is a great product for collaborating on a group project, talking to other students, and working together. Simply access through Office 365 online the same way you would access email or OneDrive. For in-depth training, visit the video training site.
  • Zoom: A videoconferencing tool that allows up to 300 people to connect. You can chat, videocall, screenshare, record, and more. Access it online, and for in-depth training, visit their resource site.
  • Stop by Tea time with T on Tuesdays from 2 to 3 p.m. Anyone and everyone is welcome to attend for conversation and connection. This virtual space is an open atmosphere to check-in with one another and time to just be. Come for the full hour or drop by as you can. Hosted by T Leeper, EDI Coordinator for Gender and Sexuality Programs.
  • The Department of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) and the Veteran and Nontraditional Student Center(VNSC) have office hours via Zoom. This will be a time for you to stop in, say hi, talk with a staff member or just hang out. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to join.
  • The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) is hosting weekly virtual check-in sessions for support and engagement for all members of our campus teaching and employee community. The goal is to offer a channel of support to our community by sharing ideas and information, celebrating successes, learning about upcoming opportunities and participating in collegial and uplifting discussions with other UW-Superior colleagues/community members.