Student Organizations and Activities


Many opportunities exist for students to participate in educational and social organizations at UW-Superior. Participation will enhance studentsí educational experience, provide opportunity for professional growth, and provide personal satisfaction.


The following is a list of recognized student organizations at UW-Superior:



Alpha Mu Gamma (Foreign Language Honorary)

Amateur Radio Club, UW-Superior

American Chemical Society

American Choral Directors Association

American Indian Student Association

Amnesty International

Arabic Club

Art Student League

Asian Pacific Islander American Student Organization

Association for Women Students

Black Student Union

Bodacious Bowling Bozos

Bullseyes, UW-Superior

Campus Crusade for Christ - Bridges

Campus Volunteer Group

College Democrats, UW-Superior

College Republicans, UW-Superior

Collegiate Music Educators National Conference

Cricket Club, Superior

Criminal Justice Honor Society - Alpha Delta Gamma

Criminal Justice Student Association

English Club

Future Teachers Association

German Club

Grace Campus Fellowship

Inkblots Psychology Club

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Martial Arts Club, Superior

Math and Computer Science Club

Mock Trial

Model United Nations

Newman Center Ministry to Young Adults

Phi Beta Lambda, Future Business Leaders of America

Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority

Pre-Law Society, UW-Superior

Promethean, Student Newspaper

Queer and Allied Student Union

Residence Hall Association

Shooting Sports, UW-Superior

Social Work Student Association

Student Activities Board

Student Association of Health & Human Performance

Student Athletic Advisory Committee

Students for Life, UW-Superior

Students of Science

Student Organization de Cultura Latina

Stunt Squad, Superior

Tennis Club, UW-Superior

Think 1337, Gaming Club

Ultimate Frisbee Organization

Women in Science and Technology

World Student Association

Yellowjacket Cheer



If a group of students is seeking to be a recognized student organization, or for an updated list of recognized organizations, contact the University Student Senate at ext. 8432.


Becoming a recognized student organization does not imply that the University Student Senate or the university endorses the organizationís beliefs, but it does provide groups with the opportunity to enjoy the following benefits: use of the university name in the organizationís title, use of university facilities for organization activities, campus advertising privileges, use of administrative services, and opportunity to apply for student funding through SUFAC funds.


Fine and Applied Arts Co-Curricular Activities


University Galleries: Galleries are an important function of the Visual Arts Program. The Kruk gallery is located on the main floor lobby of Holden Fine and Applied Arts Center and is programmed with a varied schedule of guest exhibitions from the Midwest and the nation. The Third Floor Gallery supplements the main floor facilities and features local artists and student work.


University Theatre: University Theatre offers main stage and experimental productions. University Theatre is housed in the Manion Theatre and the Experimental Theatre. Auditions for productions are open to all students as are all technical theatre opportunities.


University Video Production: This co-curricular student organization produces a wide range of fiction and documentary video programs. The facilities in the Department of Communicating Arts include analog and digital video equipment for both studio and field production. Student productions are shown in the annual UW-Superior Film and Video Showcase and may be presented on the World Wide Web.


Radio: KUWS-91.3 FM is an affiliate of the Wisconsin Public Radio Network. The station broadcasts with 83,000 watts of power and covers northwestern Wisconsin and northeastern Minnesota. Students work with broadcast professionals both on and off the air. Broadcast and production facilities contain state-of-the-art equipment available for lab/class and broadcast applications.


Music: Participation in musical ensembles is open to all students by audition. Private music lessons are available at a reduced fee to students who enroll in one of the various ensembles. 

Acapella Choir performs repertoire ranging from early to modern with emphasis on the acappella tradition.


Chamber Choir is a select group of singers that performs choral works for the small ensemble.


Symphonic Band performs five to six major concerts a year that explore music for the wind ensemble.


University Orchestra performs four concerts a year. Repertoire is drawn from standard and new orchestral literature.


Jazz Ensemble is a 17- to 20-piece big band. It performs three major concerts each year and participates in jazz festivals.


Chamber Ensembles offer students opportunities to participate in everything from jazz combos to string quartets.