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University of Wisconsin - Superior is Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College. Located in the Twin Ports of Duluth-Superior, UWS offers a comprehensive undergraduate program and a small graduate program to our 2700 students.
"The University of Wisconsin-Superior is Wisconsin’s Leading Public Liberal Arts College, offering undergraduate, graduate and distance learning programs that combine a challenging liberal arts education with top-rate professional training. Each year about 2,700 students take advantage of UW-Superior’s small classes, comfortable campus and opportunities to work closely with faculty members in the classroom and on student research projects. UW-Superior is located in the northwestern tip of Wisconsin, where the Superior-Duluth metro area provides a rich cultural scene and numerous student internship opportunities. The university campus is nestled in a quiet neighborhood just minutes from the year-round recreational opportunities provided by beautiful forests and magnificent Lake Superior."
At UW-Superior, students benefit from our comfortable campus where small classes are taught by professors who take time to learn students' names and understand their needs.
"At UW-Superior, we understand the value of life, both in and outside of the classroom, and support for your classroom efforts as well as expanding your learning opportunities beyond the walls of the classroom, by providing activities and services that enhance your student experience. Each student has an academic advisor who assists with choosing courses and planning how to meet academic requirements for the chosen major. Tutoring and support courses are available in math, writing and other subjects. Disability Support Services provides support and assistance for students with disabilities. Student computer labs are available in most buildings. Residence halls have network portals in each room. A Technology Helpdesk helps students with computer access, hardware and software questions, purchasing discounted software, and linking to the campus wireless network. All students have free access to an e-mail account, the Internet, file storage and online library resources."