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The University of Wisconsin Superior

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Adminstration staff is extremely rude and unwilling toBrightEducation
Adminstration staff is extremely rude and unwilling to help. I have called with many issues, caused by their lack of communication and they don't seem to care or try to resolve the issue. This resulted in me being held back a year causing lots of stress and money. They are very disrespectful and just want your money.
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: B, Education Quality: F
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This is a good school.Super BrilliantSociology
This is a good school. But recently our Chancellor and her "staff" has been taking out our diversity classes. Such as chinese course was taken out. Now they won't even accommodate to us students who are minoring in chinese. forcing us to study abroad (which they don't even offer any scholarships!) or take course in UMD which takes alot of your time. This is to be going in the wrong path. I swear the KKK is in our Admin. staff...
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, University Resource Use: F
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I love UWS! There is a good amountAverageEducation
I love UWS! There is a good amount of school spirit but we're not crazy. There are a lot of parties if you want to do that and if you don't their fairly easy to avoid (Basically a matter of hanging out behind CMO if you're looking for a party). The food is really good. They most always have four meal options, as well as open salad and sandwich stations. There is also a pizza station and a campus coffee shop. The dorms are your typical jail-cells. Except for Osterador Hall, they're very coe-ed. Personally I like that but if you don't want very coe-ed you can request to live in Osterandor. The bathrooms are much much less to be desired. Much less. Theyre so bad. But the UWS community of students is a real one--Its like a big family and as a new freshman coming in I automatically felt like a part of it. College is fucking awesome and I highly suggest you choose UWS.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: C-
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