Mathematics Tutorial Program

A student uses a graphing calculator while doing an in-class assignment in an Electrical and Computer Engineering 230: Circuit Analysis course. (Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)
 
The Mathematics Tutorial Program is a structured program designed to supplement our mathematics courses, particularly the calculus sequence. Tutorials meet twice a week for 50 minutes. In the session tutors supervise collaborative problem solving. In addition the tutors have approximatel twenty hours of office hours per week for extra help.
What Makes Us Unique . . . Our tutors are very experienced in helping students navigate our, often very large, math classes.
Van Vleck Hall
Room 320
280 Lincoln Drive
 
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PLEASE NOTE: A referral from TA or advisor is necessary in order to get into the program past the fourth week of class.

SUBJECT AREA
  • Math
SPECIFIC COURSE(S)
  • MATH 95

  • MATH 101, 112, 113, 114, 171

  • MATH 211, 217, 221, 222, 234

TYPE OF SUPPORT
  • One-on-one
  • Workshops/Reviews
  • Small group
Small group size: 6-10
STUDENTS SERVED
  • Undergraduate students

SERVICES PROVIDED BY
  • Graduate students
  • Professional staff
SIGN UP PROCESS
Yes

Our tutoring services are offered during:

  • WEEKDAY MORNINGS
  • WEEKDAY AFTERNOONS

Note: We are closed during summer term