Welcome to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Academic Support Center, a learning organization where tutees and tutors continually expand their capacities to learn and grow.
We offer academic assistance and enrichment utilizing a peer-driven, cooperative learning model. Our learning assistants work with both small groups and clients in one-on-one sessions. During these sessions, interaction is stressed as the learning assistant guides and mentors the client through the area in question until he or she feels comfortable with it.
There is no cost for using the services. We work with all University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students free of charge.
Using the Academic Support Center is akin to practicing preventative medicine: if you consult us soon enough and often enough, we probably can help you survive and thrive academically. If you let your school work slide and wait too long before seeking our assistance, we may not be able to save you.
The Academic Support Center is located in the lowest level of McCutchan Hall. The staff of our Public Relations office, housed centrally in Room 7, can answer any questions you may have; either call 472-1230 or stop by during its hours of operation.
September 3 to December 20
|Monday-Wednesday||8 a.m. - 9 p.m.|
|Thursday||8 a.m. - 8 p.m.|
|Friday||8 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
We can also be reached by e-mail at TutorCtr@uww.edu.
The list to the left shows the content areas we currently offer support for. Please click on the appropriate link for further information. If you are in need of assistance for a subject we don't offer, please call 472-1230.
The Academic Support Center opens for the Fall 2013 semester on September 3 at 8 a.m. Our last day open will be December 20, and we will close that day at 2 p.m.
The Academic Support Center will provide limited services for the 2013 Summer Session. Please click here for a complete listing.
Congratulations to Michael Babington, Jaeger Nelson, Craig Snider and Cory Tracy on their acceptance to PhD programs. Michael and Jaeger were both economics tutors, while Craig and Cory were both math tutors. We know each of you will succeed in your endeavors.
We would also like to extend a congratulations to tutors and members of the
office staff who made Dean's List during the Spring 2013 semster.