Address: 1605 Catlin Ave, Superior, WI 54880, United States
University of Wisconsin- Superior includes a public university located in Superior, Wisconsin. UW–Superior grants bachelors, masters, and specialist’s degrees. This university currently enrolls about 2,450 undergraduates and 150 graduate students. It is often called UW–Superior or UWS. This university was founded by Wisconsin legislators as a school to train teachers in 1893. W–Superior has been designated as the public liberal arts college in the University of Wisconsin System, and is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. Barstow Hall, named for regent Barney Barstow: science programs, Lake Superior Research Institute, Erlanson Hall, named for regent Clarence Erlanson: business programs, Distance Learning Center, Gates Physical Education Building, named for regent Clough Gates: classrooms and labs, Mortorelli Gymnasium, Holden Fine Arts Center, named for campus benefactor Paul Holden: communicating arts, music, and visual arts programs, Wisconsin Public Radio studios (KUWS/WHSA/WHWA/WSSU/WUWS), Manion Theatre, Webb Recital Hall, Jim Dan Hill Library, named for the university’s fifth president (1931-1964), Marcovich Wellness Center, named for regent Toby Marcovich: athletics, health and human performance programs, recreation, Thering Field House.