Business Learning Center

The Business Learning Center tutorials are class-based and use modern Active Learning methods to engage and support students. We offer drop-in office hours and post practice questions to our course-specific sites as well as provide twice-weekly group small group tutoring (not-for-credit registration required on a first-come basis).

BLC TA’s are all graduate students in the field they tutor, regularly attend the lectures for the courses they support, and have a close working relationship with course instructors. Students with busy schedules may choose only to use the practice questions and handouts posted to the BLC site, or to make use of drop-in office hours, if they do not wish to commit to coming twice weekly to our group tutoring sessions.

SUBJECT AREA Business, Economics

SPECIFIC COURSE(S)  ACCOUNTING 100, 211, 300; BUS. ANALYTICS I; BUS. ANALYTICS II; ECON 101, 102; FINANCE 300

TYPE OF SUPPORT  Drop-in, Online, Small group, Small group size: 15

STUDENTS SERVED Undergraduate

SIGN UP PROCESS: Yes

Grainger Hall, home to the Wisconsin School of Business, is pictured on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Oct. 10, 2008.

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CONTACT

 Gwen Eudey, PhD 

HOURS

Weekday evenings

Weekends

Note: We are closed during summer term

LOCATION

Grainger Hall
Room 2240
975 University Ave.

Mission

Our mission is to provide a supportive learning environment for students that lack either confidence or competence in the mathematical tools and methods used in the introductory and pre-business curriculum.

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