The University of Wisconsin-Madison also offers a wide array of what we call High-Impact Practices, or HIPs. They are a set of purposeful learning experiences that have been shown to deepen student learning and engagement; raise levels of performance, retention and success for students; and promote intellectually engaging and effective educational practices.
Academic Support Across Campus
Math Learning Support
Chemistry Learning Support
Peer Learning Association: Includes sections for Bio, Chem, Math, Physics, and beyond
GUTS: See “Get a Tutor” tab where students can sign up for small group-support in a variety of subjects. “Drop-in” is another useful resources to use throughout the semester at a variety of locations. They also offer study stills workshops for students.
Academic Coaching and Tutoring Service (ACTS): Matches students in the UW-Madison Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement (DDEEA) with academic coaches