Academic tutoring is free for all UW-Madison students. Tutors provide drop-in, small group, and one-on-one tutoring, peer mentoring, and academic coaching. All students benefit from tutoring, and many of our tutors also participate in tutoring! Check out these different learning centers and tutoring opportunities below:

  • Business Badger Study Cooperative Provides an inclusive and collaborative learning environment for students who are looking for support and practice with the mathematical tools and methods used in the core business courses.
  • Center for Academic Excellence (L&S) Provides support services to first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students of color in the College of Letters and Science.
  • Chemistry Learning Center Provides small-group, collaborative, learning environments for students enrolled in general and organic chemistry courses. Application process required.
  • Computer Science Learning Center Provides small-group tutoring for students in introductory computer science courses. Students can get help from peer tutors, but are also welcome to use the space as an open and comfortable study environment.
  • Greater University Tutoring Service Registered Student Organization dedicated to connecting UW students with tutors for assistance with all academic courses, study skills, and language learning. Provides drop-in, small group, and 1:1 tutoring.
  • Math Learning Center Provides help in mathematics and offers many different types of support, including drop in tutoring, small group tutoring, and peer mentoring.
  • Nursing Learning Center Assists nursing and pre-nursing students in weekly small group study sessions. These sessions focus on providing academic assistance in the required nursing science courses and are led by graduate students.
  • Physics Learning Center Provides a supportive learning community for studying physics and opportunities to find study partners. Students work together in small-group learning team sessions to practice problem solving and discuss key concepts.
  • Statistics Learning Center Serves students enrolled in STAT 240, 301, 324 & 371 who need help on homework or understanding concepts.
  • Undergraduate Learning Center (Engineering) Provides tutoring and academic support programs for undergraduates studying engineering through drop-in tutoring, supplemental instruction, group study tables, group workshops on special topics, and limited one-on-one tutoring.
  • University Housing Provides chemistry, math, and writing tutoring in a variety of residence halls.
  • Writing Center Supports students working on all types of writing projects through appointments, workshops, writing mentorships, and writing groups.