Advisors are here to support your academic and career goals and want to help you be successful during your time at UW-Madison. While advisors do not provide tutoring services themselves, they are a great starting point and can help connect you to the network of learning support resources that exist on campus.
My advisor helped me get connected with learning support by exploring classroom resources first, before reaching out to other learning support programs. She helped me get learning support with what best worked for me and my schedule!Joyce J., UW Student
Find 20+ free UW-Madison resources to support your academic success
Enter you semester grades and connect to UW-Madison and learning support resources. You can also check in with your academic advisor.
Office hours are posted days and times when your professors or teaching assistants are expected to be available to students - read more about how and when to use office hours.
Connect with McBurney to receive classroom accommodations for a diagnosed disability, such as AD/HD, vision or hearing loss, learning disabilities, chronic medical or mental health disorders, mobility impairments, or autism spectrum disorder