Superior Campus Living

Outside view of Superior campus

Make the most of your educational experience by getting involved in campus life. Getting involved in campus life and student organizations provides an experience that you can't get from the classroom. You'll have additional opportunities to develop professional connections, make lifelong friendships and participate in experiences that will better prepare you for your future career. 


Superior Student Life

A part of the college experience.

Why get involved? 

Student life at WITC gives you all of the benefits of the college experience. Organizations like Student Senate and various program-related clubs can get you connected to your classmates, plus you'll learn more about yourself as you explore new experiences, take risks and expand your horizons. 

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Student Organizations

Run by students for the students. WITC offers a range of organizations and program-related clubs so you can connect with your classmates, network with industry professionals and advance your education to the next level. 

  • Automotive Club
    • The Automotive Club works to provide a deeper interest in the art and science of automotive by assisting student through activities and automotive experience that develop professional ideals, skills including heightened level of safety in the proper use and care of shop and personal equipment, and friendship while inspiring an interest in community involvement.
    • Contact Club Advisor Terry Glanville
    • Contact Club Advisor Todd Asanovich
  • Barber/Cosmetology Club
    • The barber/cosmetology club is responsible for fundraisers to offset the costs of group extracurricular activities. Club activities include: INSalon student competition/Hair show in St. Paul MN, Skills USA competition in Wi. Dells and the Student Hair Show.
    • Contact Club Advisor Jean Engebretson
  • Business Management Club
    • The Business Management club works to advance learning and experiences for Business Management students and all business majors.
    • Contact Club Advisor Mary Tripp
  • Criminal Justice Club
    • ​​​​​​​The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club is to provide an opportunity for professional growth in the field of corrections, giving participants experience in teamwork, organizational skills, leadership development, fun and excellence.  Students assist with correction field workshops, educational fairs and a variety of learning experiences. 
    • Contact Club Advisor Danna Livingston
  • Early Childhood Association
    • ​​​​​​​Students have the opportunity to organize community events for children and families, attend local conferences, participate in fundraising activities and learn to be advocates for the field of Early Childhood Education. 
    • Contact Club Advisor Nora Ulland
  • HVAC/R Polar Bears Club
    • ​​​​​​​The HVAC/R Polar Bear Club mission is to support and encourage the academic, social and professional pursuits of the students. The purpose is to promote the development of knowledge, positive attitudes and ethical principles of all students who take on the responsibility of becoming HVAC/R service technician. 
    • Contact Club Advisor Frank Vidas
  • Human Services Associate Club
  • Nursing Club
    • ​​​​​​​The Nursing Club at WITC-Superior promotes the education of nursing students while enriching the student’s interface with the community. Non-traditional opportunities are provided outside of the classroom for those students who are interested. The goals of the club are: to develop leadership skills in the field of nursing, to develop a sense of individual responsibility, to allow opportunity to appreciate and implement the obligations of citizenship while being a nurse, and to develop an appreciation of civic and social obligations of those engaged in nursing. 
    • Contact Club Advisor Cindy Larrabee
  • Science Club
    • ​​​​​​​The purpose of the Science Club is to provide a supportive club for science students, offering enhanced academic field trips and opportunities to advance student learning within the science field.
    • Contact Club Advisor Lori Cypher
  • Student Senate
    • The Student Senate is the social, political and educational organization that represents the entire WITC-Superior student body. The Student Senate serves as the leadership and voice of the students. We are affiliated with the state organization Wisconsin Student Government (WSG). 
    • The Student Senate partners with WITC administration in decision-making at WITC, plans and sponsors a variety of student activities, provides financial support to student organizations on campus, and listens to the concerns of our fellow classmates.
    • Contact Club Advisor Rebecca Bourgue​​​​​​​
  • Welding Club
    • ​​​​​​​The Welding Club promotes the art and science of welding and cutting of metal through the sharing of experience and information, following highly defined safety and use guidelines of equipment. The club looks to expand the base of knowledge in metal preparation, welding and assembly of metal through cooperative exchange of ideas and expertise.
    • Contact Club Advisor John Palmer
    • Contact Club Advisor Aleasha Hladilek

Living

Superior is a unique area located on the western tip of the Lake Superior. The area is known for incredible scenery, a rich history, and year-round recreational opportunities, the area has much to offer including both historical and natural sites, as well as industry and a growing economy 

Campus Neighborhood

The campus is centrally located to theaters, trails, restaurants, breweries, waterfalls and other stunning scenery. The campus offers smaller class sizes and a welcoming atmosphere, yet it is big enough to provide a diverse setting where you'll meet others who have similar interests as you.

Dining

Students purchasing their lunch at WITC-Superior's Lunch Express

Food service is available in the form of a college à la carte cafeteria and vending machines are also available in the student lounge area. 

 

Food Stop

The Lunch Express hours are posted in the food services area.  Food Service for groups is also available by special request.   

715.394.6677

Monday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m.–12 p.m.

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Amnicon Falls in Superior

Arts and Culture

WITC-Superior is centrally located to many nearby attractions. 

In addition the many lakes, rivers and streams, waterfront trails and Wisconsin's largest waterfall are all located minutes from campus, there are concerts expos, marathons, museums, theaters, sporting events, shopping and endless other outdoor recreational opportunities. These factors all help make WITC-Superior the ideal environment for learning and for living. 

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Childcare

WITC does not provide childcare services. Please visit the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families to search services in your area. You may also check your local county Human Services or Social Services department for a list of licensed childcare providers. 


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