Project ASSIST is a supplementary, fee-based program that provides comprehensive and individualized support services to students in the Center for Students with Disabilities. The program is intended to empower students with the tools they need to be successful at UW-Whitewater and in the community. While the primary focus of Project ASSIST is academic support, the program also addresses strengthening the student's time management, organization and problem-solving skills. Eligible students may choose to participate in this program each semester. Project ASSIST provides two different types of services for students: individual tutoring and drop-in tutoring.
Andersen Library, Room 2002, 472.4788
Center for Students with Disabilities provides programs and services for students with physical disabilities. Academic Support Services within the unit provides special accommodations for testing, reading, and writing. Center for Students with Disabilities also houses Vocational and Work Experience programs.
Andersen Library, Room 2002, 472.4711
The Honors Program is designed for students who graduated in the upper 25% of their high school class and attained the requisite composite ACT score. Through participation in honors courses, the Great Works Program, faculty mentors, peer mentors, undergraduate research program, the Honors Program challenges students with special academic talents to fully realize their academic potential.
Andersen Hall, Room 2118, 472.1268
The Program is designed to help students in their first year of college transition to university life. Through provision of specials programs such as the First Year Experience, orientation programs, Family Day and freshman convocation, New Students Programs exists as a resources and first contact for all first year students, regardless of their problem or concern.
University Center, Room 245, 472.1938
Academic and Support Services is available to all students on campus, providing assistance in developing general academic skills (e.g., test-taking, note-taking, study skills) and assistance in specific academic areas. Special assistance is available in the Math Center (provides assistance with a variety of 100 and 200-level math courses) & Math Lab (provides assistance specifically for Math 760-040 and 760-041), the Writing Center (developing skills in grammar, writing clearly, revision and editing), Supplemental Instruction (structured study for specific courses) and the Tutorial Center (one-on-one tutoring available for a variety of courses).
McCutchan Hall, Lower Level, 472.1230