Chemistry Learning Center– Offers free tutoring for students who are enrolled in general and organic chemistry courses
Greater University Tutoring Services (GUTS) – A student-run, volunteer tutoring program that provides peer education. Tutors provide assistance with introductory and intermediate courses, study skills, conversational English, and intercultural exchange.
Mathematics Tutorial Program – Offers free small group tutoring for several intro math courses
MathLab – A free, drop-in tutorial program of the Department of Mathematics.
McBurney Disability Resource Center – Provides high-quality services and classroom accommodations to UW students with disabilities.
Physics Learning Center – Offers free small group study sessions and tutoring for intro physics courses
Statistics Tutoring – free tutoring for intro stat courses
UW-Madison Computer Labs – A list of computer labs around campus
Writing Center – Offers free writing assistance to undergraduate and graduate students
Campus Women’s Center (CWC) – Provides a variety of support services while educating the campus community on a number of women-centered issues and serving as a resource and referral center for all students.
International Student Services – Helps students transition to a new cultural, educational, and social environment through an initial orientation program and an ongoing series of workshops, services, programs, and events
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Campus Center (LGBTCC) – Provides the services and resources necessary to meet the social, emotional, academic, and cultural needs of LGBTQ students
Morgridge Center for Public Service – UW-Madison’s center for public service connects campus with community through service, service-learning, and community-based research to build a thriving democratic society
Multicultural Student Center – Strengthens and sustains an inclusive campus where all students, particularly students of color and other historically underserved students, are engaged and can realize an authentic Wisconsin Experience
Office of Child Care & Family Resources – Provides high quality, affordable, and accessible early childhood care and education; addresses the work-life needs of students, faculty, and staff families; and fulfills institutional research, instruction, and outreach missions
University Health Services (UHS)– Offers medical, mental health, and personal wellness services (such as nutritional counseling, massages, stress management, etc.) to all students who are enrolled for credit during a fall, spring, or summer semester
UW-Madison Student Life – An overview of services and programs available to students
Veteran Services & Military Assistance Center – Information about admissions, benefits, student support, etc.