Campus and Informational Resources

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Academic Resources

Undergraduate Academic Resources for Students

AMP Library (Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics): The AMP Library is a member of the General Library System of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It is the primary resource library for the students, faculty, and research staff of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Astronomy, Mathematics, and Physics Departments. Resources and services are also used by those in related fields such as engineering, statistics, economics, and computer sciences.

Badger Business Study Cooperative: The Badger Business Study Cooperative (formerly the Business Learning Center) provides small group tutoring, study group coordination, and individual study space, as well as opportunities for advanced students to both shape the learning environment and deepen and refresh their understanding.

Chemistry Learning Center: The Chemistry Learning Center offers a supportive learning environment where students work with instructors in small groups. The CLC welcomes students on academic probation, first generation low income students, underrepresented students, students returning after a long absence from college, students-at-risk of failing the course, students re-taking the course after earning a D or F, new transfer students, returning veterans, and McBurney Center students.

Chemistry Library: journals, catalogs, references, and research resources

College of Engineering Diversity Affairs Office: Through a variety of programs, the College of Engineering Diversity Affairs Office (DAO) attracts and supports academically talented women and students from groups historically underrepresented in the field of engineering. Currently, The DAO is comprised of four permanent staff and three student employees working as a team to support inclusiveness in UW Madison’s College of Engineering.

Computer Science Learning Center (CSLC): The Computer Sciences Learning Center (CSLC) offers FREE drop-in tutoring for select CS intro courses. Students can get help from our CSLC peer tutors, but are also welcome to use the space as an open and comfortable study environment.

E100 Tutorial Program: The English 100 Tutorial Program offers students a chance to meet one-on-one with an experienced instructor outside their own class setting. The goal of the Tutorial Program is to provide a sounding board for English 100 writers at all levels of expertise and at any point in the writing process for both writing and multimodal projects.

General Chemistry Resources: tutorials and information for students

GUTS (Greater University Tutoring Service): free tutoring services in a multitude of subject, study skills and time management assistance, and volunteer opportunities

Khan Academy: A nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

Math Learning Center: The Math Learning Center (MLC) is a place to get help in mathematics through many different types of support. They offer small group tutoring, drop-in tutoring, proof tables, study skills, and more! Check it out for class specifics.

Physics Learning Center: a supportive learning community for studying physics (103, 104, 207, and 208). Students have access to many different resources in the PLC, including study materials, exam review sessions, small-group learning teams, and help finding study partners. For Physics 201 and 202 please see below for support from the Undergraduate Learning Center.

School of Education Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI): Led by Dr. Percival Matthews, the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion provides leadership to faculty, staff, and students in developing and implementing strategic initiatives that promote the School of Education and UW–Madison’s mission for diversity, equity, and inclusion.

School of Nursing Career and Student Success: Submit a “support by request” form to receive individual or small group academic support/tutoring, find semesterly programs and workshops, and access links to other learning support on campus.

Statistics Learning Center: free tutoring for STAT 240, 301, 324, and 371 via in-person and remote tutoring.

The Writing Center: 1-on-1 instruction, group classes, and online support

Undergraduate Learning Center: The Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) in the College of Engineering provides tutoring and academic support programs for undergraduates interested in studying engineering. The ULC focuses on supporting challenging courses that students take to progress in their engineering department. The ULC also provides support in select core engineering, math, statistics and science courses, is a place where students study, form study groups, and discuss engineering concepts and problem solving strategies with their peers and with the tutors.

On Campus Resources

University Health Services: student health and well being

EVOC (Ending Violence on Campus): providing victim services and student leadership

UW-Madison Police Department

Office of Student Financial Aid: information about financial aid rewards, student loans, FASFA

University Housing: Residential Learning Communities, Residence Halls, manage food accounts, dining menus

Gender and Sexuality Campus Center: The mission of the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center is to provide education, outreach, advocacy and resources for UW-Madison student communities and their allies to improve campus climate and their daily intersectional experiences.

UW Student Job Center: focuses on student employment opportunities, part-time openings for both academic year and summer terms posted on our website as well as occasional full-time summer openings

R.I.S.E. (Recruitment Initiative for Student Employees): a diversity pipeline program designed to further develop and enhance the UW-Madison’s initiative to address campus diversity recruitment in student hourly employment, UW-Madison internship placement, connection to UW hiring departments

The Career Exploration Center: a center designed to assist students in exploring majors and careers by helping students focus on their interests, values, strengths, and personality to give them the tools they need to make decisions about their careers and their futures

Morgridge Center for Public Service: great volunteer and service learning opportunities; promotes citizenship and learning through service within local, national and global communities through various programs, services and resources

Scholarships@UW-Madison: find and apply for scholarships; contact for questions

Multicultural Student Center: The primary mission of the Multicultural Student Center is: To collaboratively strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus where all students, particularly students of color and other historically under-served students, are engaged and can realize an authentic Wisconsin Experience.

CfLI: Center for Leadership & Involvement: opportunities for leadership, involvement, connection, and links to great experiences and student organizations

Off Campus Resources

City of Madison Official Website: resources for city of Madison residents regarding transportation, police/fire news, city news, services, and resources

City of Madison Bus & Transportation: Find bus routes and timetables

Tenant Resource Center: The Tenant Resource Center is a nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to promoting positive relations between rental housing consumers and providers throughout Wisconsin. They provide information and referrals, education about rental rights and responsibilities, and access to conflict resolution.

DAIS Domestic Abuse Intervention Services: Since 1977, DAIS has worked passionately and effectively to ensure the safety and well-being of domestic violence survivors and their families, and to change societal attitudes that perpetuate violence and the abuse of power.

Dane County Rape Crisis Center: Serving Dane County since 1973, the Rape Crisis Center (RCC) provides services to the survivors (and their family and friends) of all forms of sexual violence, including recent sexual assault, past sexual assault, incest (past or present), sexual harassment, and sexual exploitation. These services are provided free of charge and include crisis intervention and support (24 hour Crisis Line and on-call Advocate/Counselors), short-term counseling, support groups, medical/legal advocacy and accompaniment, community education, and Chimera Self- Defense Designed for Women. RCC serves women, children, and men.