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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

SPRING 2015 SCHEDULES

Downtown, Room D125

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

(608) 258-2325
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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

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Spring 2015 Schedule
 

Reedsburg Center
Room 102

(608) 524-7800  ext.7702

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Watertown Center

Room 138

(920) 206-8000  ext.8315
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Academic Coach
Jordan Siewert

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

All levels of Math
Physics
General Chemistry
English I and II

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Our 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 tutoringThe very first time you login you must go through Blackboard Tools.  Remember your username and password.  After that you can directly login from here.

"I just had the opportunity to take advantage of the online tutoring offered at Madison College. 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

 

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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.