SUBJECT AREA: Chemistry, Engineering, Math, Physics, Statistics, Computer Science
SPECIFIC COURSE(S):60 core engineering, math, statistics, and science courses typically taken by engineering students in their first 1-3 years on campus
TYPE OF SUPPORT: Drop-in, One-on-one, Tutor by request, PrEPS (InterEGR 150), MATLAB and R trainings, vector reviews and math tutorial, Workshops/Reviews, Small group, Small group size: 2-10
DELIVERY METHOD: Blackboard Collaborate Ultra and Canvas; most services are synchronous — some tutorials are available in asynchronous formats
STUDENTS SERVED: Undergraduate students
SIGN UP PROCESS: Varies
The College of Engineering Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) provides tutoring and academic support programs for undergraduates interested in studying engineering. We offer drop-in tutoring, supplemental instruction, group study tables, group workshops on special topics, and limited one-on-one tutoring. Please visit ulc.engr.wisc.edu for details.
TO SIGN UP: No sign-up necessary for drop-in tutoring. Practicing Engineering Problem Solving (PrEPS) – InterEGR 150 is listed in the course search and enrollment app; students must register during registration periods. For other workshops and programs, see ulc.engr.wisc.edu for details.
ULC Questions and Concerns Monday 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Tuesday 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Drop-in Tutoring Monday 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 6:30-9:00 pm
Wednesday 6:30-9:00 pm
Thursday 6:30-9:00 pm
Blackboard Collaborate through ulc.engr.wisc.edu
What Makes Us Unique . . . The ULC is a place where students study, form study groups, and discuss engineering concepts and problem solving strategies with their peers and with the tutors.
“All the tutors were so helpful and explained material well. I wish I knew about it last semester! I liked that I was with other students in a group and could study and ask questions as they came up. I generally went as a place to meet with other students and go over homework, but it was nice to have the tutors there in case we got stuck. This is the reason I am getting an A in Dynamics.”
-UW Student, Anonymous