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Summer 2014 Support Hours

Truax, Room A2000
M-F,  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Main Desk: (608) 246-6125
Tutoring/SI: (608) 246-6731

Fort Atkinson Center
M-R,  8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
(920) 568-7223

Reedsburg Center
M,  9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
T,  9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
*check with library staff for additional support
(608) 524-7800  ext.7702

Watertown Center
M-R, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
(920) 206-8000  ext.8315


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Truax Student Achievement Center Core Team


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Walter Ma
Support Services

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Chris Page
Instructor, Faculty Mentor

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Jim Rockman
Peer Tutoring/SI Coordinator

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Cristina Springfield, MA-LIS
SAC Librarian & Technology


    Questions About the Centers

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    Julie Gores, M.L.I.S., Dean
    Libraries & Academic Support
     (608) 246-6633

    Welcome to our beautiful new Centers.  Our doors are open to all Madison College students who are looking for a positive, vibrant and helpful academic environment.  Our main mission is simple -- empower and support students for success.


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      Center General Info

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       entrance to the student achievement center at truax


      Your four Student Achievement Centers opened in 2012-13 and provide a welcoming academic space for students that builds community and enlightens through discovery. It is an active space that encourages collaboration and confidence and enhances student success.  Support is provided by familiar, friendly faces of staff, instructors and tutors.  Our mission is to help students succeed academically, personally and professionally. We served almost 5,600 students and provided over 76,000 hours of support during our first year. 

      Click on the photo to learn more about our Centers.

      IN THE NEWS:
      Governor Walker visits the Student Achievement Center
      Student Achievement Center design wins award

      Coming Soon!   DTEC Student Achievement Center

        Peer Tutoring

        Tutor & student wokring together in the SAC

        Congratulations to the 2014 Outstanding Tutors of the Year!  
        Christian Long  *  Karissa Simyab  Randy Wong

        General Information     Types of Tutoring      Request a Tutor     Become a Tutor    


          Supplemental Instruction

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          Supplemental Instruction is a series of regular group-study sessions for students taking tough classes. The SI program targets traditionally difficult courses and provides regularly scheduled, out-of-class, peer-facilitated review sessions that offer students the opportunity to discuss and process course information with each other. 


            Online Learning Resources

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