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Center Information


Gateway, Room A2000
M-R,  7:30 am - 7:00 pm
F,  7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Main Desk:  (608) 246-6125
Tutoring/SI:  (608) 246-6731


Downtown, Room D125

M-R, 8:00 - 6:00
F, 8:00 - 4:00

(608) 258-2325

NEW!  Academic Coach Available 
Jordan Siewert  10:00 - 1:00, Fridays
[All Math, General Chem, Physics, English I and II]

Fort Atkinson Center

Room 118

(920) 568-7223

Spring 2015 Schedule

Reedsburg Center
Room 102

(608) 524-7800  ext.7702



Watertown Center

Room 138

(920) 206-8000  ext.8315
Spring 2015 Schedule

Academic Coach
Jordan Siewert

Tuesdays       3:00 - 5:00
Wednesdays  3:00 - 5:00

All levels of Math
General Chemistry
English I and II


Our Five Centers

Facts About the Center

4,759 Students used our Centers.

The Centers were visited 57,028 times.

Tutors,instructors and core staff provided 77,950 hours of support.

Source: FY 2013/14 TutorTrac

Online Tutoring Now Available

brainfuse online tutoring"I am really impressed by the assistance I received!  Algebra has been overwhelming to me.  Much less stress, my homework is almost finished, and with the extra tutoring I may finally understand algebra!  Thank you so much!"  -Madison College Student, Feb 2015

Peer Tutoring

Tutor & student wokring together in the SAC

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

A big cheer for the nominees for 2015 Oustanding Tutors of the Year:

Daniel Bodnar   Navroz Lal   Amanda Love   Jon Marten   Hannah Munk   Kazu Murakam  

Rachel Rops   Zina Schroeder   Jamie Valinskas  Claire Wegert   Randy Wong

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Supplemental Instruction

student working together in the SAC science lab

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.