Tutoring/SI services within in SSC is here to provide UW-Milwaukee undergraduate students with a variety of academic support services to empower them to learn, achieve, and succeed in college. Our services include Supplemental Instruction, Small Group Tutoring, Drop-In Tutoring, and Academic Skills Tutoring. Click below to learn more about our services.
Wondering what courses we are providing support? Click on the Fall 2023 Course List.
Admitted Student Day Information
Are you an admitted student or parent/guardian of an admitted student looking for more information? Click on the SP23 Admitted Student Day Presentation
Students must be enrolled for credit and attending the class for which they wish to receive tutoring or SI support.
- If you are taking a course you know does not come easy to you
- When you want to improve your grade in a course you find difficult
- If you do not want to fall behind
- When you want additional help reviewing for a test
- If suggested to do so by an instructor
- Bring textbook(s)
- Bring notes
- Come with questions already prepared
- Participation during sessions
- Knowledgeable tutors and SI leaders
- Assistance understanding and developing the skills needed to complete assignments
*Please note that homework assignments will not be worked on; however, similar problems to those reflected on homework assignments will be discussed and worked through*
Feel free to check the ‘Events Calendar’ located in the upper-right hand corner to see when exam review sessions will be held for your course(s). These review sessions are open to all students and depending on the course, may have a separate review for each section.
SI sessions are held at the same time every week. Students can drop in during scheduled SI sessions and are not required to sign up in advance. SI sessions are typically larger than tutoring sessions. SI Leaders attend regular lectures for the course and prepare agendas and activities for their sessions. SI Leader will also hold exam reviews.
Tutoring is by-appointment only, and students must sign up in advance (no drop-ins). Tutoring sessions are small-group sessions (smaller than SI). Tutors have experience taking the course before, but they do not currently attend the lectures.
Our sessions are held at the following locations:
Bolton 120 for Math SI and tutoring
Bolton 180 for Math drop-in tutoring
Lubar N243 for all Business and Econ (+Math 208) SI and tutoring
Library East Wing (E154, 159, 175, 177, 178, and 179) for all other subjects
Tutors and SI Leaders will not work directly on homework problems during a session. However, tutors and SI Leaders will be able to review similar problems and examples that can help you complete your homework. Students should primarily expect a review of important course material, example, activities, and study strategies, as well as knowledgeable answers to their questions.
Upcoming Exam Reviews: