University of Wisconsin-Superior | Campus Tour
(music playing) Welcome to the University of Wisconsin-Superior. My name’s Carrina and I’m going to be your virtual tour guide
today, showing you the ins and outs of campus.
Our first stop on the tour, is Old Main. This is our administrative office
building, where you’ll find offices such as registrars, financial aid and academic advising. The
next stop on our tour, is going to be the Yellowjacket Union. Let’s go check it out! (music playing) Welcome to the Yellowjacket Union. One of our newer buildings on campus, completed in 2010. This has everything that students will
ever need when they’re not in classes. Everything from hangout spots, to pool
tables, foosball tables, even computer labs. If you’re not maybe
just here to hang out, maybe you’re here to grab a bite to eat. We have our ‘Jacket Java, our Union Cafe and our Brick Oven Grille right here waiting for you. On the far
side, we also have our ‘Jacket Book and Supply. So follow me as we head over
there to show you everything the bookstore has to offer. Welcome to the ‘Jacket Book and Supply where you’ll find everything from UWS apparel,
household items, office supplies, as well as text books
which you can buy or rent. (music playing) This is Swenson Hall completed in 2011. Where you’ll take a majority of your general education requirements. In
this building, we also have a 24 hour computer lab as well as your academic support services. We’re in the Erlanbach Lecture Hall right now.
It holds 190 people, but the biggest class you’ll ever have
in this room is 60. When you’re not in a lecture hall setting, your average classroom size is about 22.
Giving you a 14 to 1 student to teacher ratio throughout our campus. (music playing) This is Holden Fine and Applied Arts. Where you’ll find classrooms and labs specifically designed for departments such as communicating arts, visual arts, music and theatre. We’re here in the middle of campus. Behind me, we have Barstow Hall. This is our
sciences building, where you’ll take courses such as biology and chemistry. We also have Erlanson Hall, which is our
business building. Where you’ll take courses such as accounting, economics and transportation and logistics. Lets see what’s next. (music playing) We’re in the Jim Dan Hill Library. A great
place for students to come and study when they’re on campus. Either as individuals or in a group
setting using one of our group study rooms. (music playing) Welcome to the Marcovich Wellness Center. My favorite building on campus. Where not only our health and wellness courses are offered, but our recreational activities as well.
Behind me, you’ll see our fitness center and our weight room. We also have an indoor
track. Lets go check it out! This is our indoor track and field house.
Where we have our rock climbing wall, our indoor courts and our indoor track. Also in this building, we have our varsity gymnasium, our six lane lap pool and our dance studios. Well, our tour is almost done, but first let’s check out the residence halls. (music playing) Welcome to CMO. Consistent of Curran-McNeill and Ostrander. Two of our incoming freshmen resident halls. Let’s go take a look at a room! In order to get into your residence hall,
you’re going to need a fob. This fob grants you access to the
building and the bathrooms, so make sure you don’t lose it. (beeping) This is our preview room on campus. Currently we are in Curran-McNeill one of our incoming freshmen halls. Typically this space is shared by two
people. Meaning each person will get a bed, a desk, a bookshelf, a dresser and a
closet. Everything you will need for your stay at
UW-Superior. And in the newly renovated Ross/Hawkes Halls, you’ll find amenities such as kitchens on
every floor, laundry on every floor, private style bathrooms and a large
student lounge. Everything you need to make it your home
away from home. Well, that concludes today’s tour. Thank you so much for joining me and I
hope to see you on campus soon. (music playing)