Student Support in Spanish

UWM STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (SSC)
SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION AND TUTORING SERVICES for SPANISH 103, 104, 203, 204

For more information on this resource, visit their website at: https://uwm.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring-and-supplemental-instruction/
To submit a request for tutoring, go to:

https://uwm.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring-and-supplemental-instruction/weekly-small-group-tutoring/


DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH & PORTUGUESE
DROP-IN TUTORING for SPANISH 103, 104, 203, 204
FALL 2020 HOURS:

Have a quick question related to your Spanish course? Go to the Spanish program’s drop-in tutoring. This is run by graduate students who will be available on Collaborate Ultra to answer any questions that you may have about what you are learning in your SPA 103, 104, 203, or 204 class this semester. Tutoring is held on Tuesdays from 2:00-3:00 and on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00 (no appointment needed). To access this, you will need to click here and sign up for this Student Resources course on Canvas: https://uwmil.instructure.com/enroll/GRGTYG


DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH & PORTUGUESE
SPANISH CONVERSATION CLUB Ñ

Want to get more practice speaking in Spanish? Stop by the Spanish program’s virtual conversation club, which we call Club Ñ. This group is open to students at all levels of Spanish, including beginners. It takes place on Mondays from 12:00-1:00 and on Thursdays from 2:00-3:00. This is a very informal club—just a place to chat in Spanish with other students or get help with your pronunciation, grammar, etc. To access Club Ñ, you will need to click here and sign up for this Student Resources course on Canvas: https://uwmil.instructure.com/enroll/GRGTYG

DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH & PORTUGUESE
SWISS (SPEAKING and WRITING IN SPANISH SUPPORT)

This resource provides individual support to students in all levels of undergraduate Spanish in the areas of speaking, writing and grammar review, and is particularly useful for students in advanced classes (300 and above) who are giving presentations or writing longer papers in Spanish. To make an appointment, contact Stellia Jordán at writesp@uwm.edu. In order to receive helpful and individualized feedback, students must provide a copy of their composition or essay two days before the scheduled meeting (sent as an attachment to the above email address). Keep in mind that time slots are limited and may fill up before assignments are due in your class, so it is recommended that you schedule your appointments as soon as possible in advance of the due date of your assignment, as indicated in your course syllabus.