The February 21st workshop on navigating online learning has been postponed! Check back next week for information on the new date and time as well as a link to join the workshop. Topics include note-taking, creating weekly agendas, and using electronic tools--including Canvas--efficiently.
During the hours listed below, stop by the TLC to work with a tutor on Math (any level), PSYC 110, or general tips on preparing for exams, studying, and taking notes effectively. At any time between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm Mondays through Thursdays or 8:00 am - 4:00 pm on Fridays, you can stop by the TLC for a quiet place to study, to access a computer and the internet, or to pick up a coloring sheet for a bit of relaxation.
To work with a tutor for CHEM 106, use the virtual tutoring Zoom link on your course Canvas page. Note that the virtual chemistry tutor is available on Monday afternoons from 3:00 - 4:00.
Writing support is available through UWSP's Online Writing Lab (OWL). The OWL is described in the next section; keep scrolling for more information and a link!
Mondays = 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Tuesdays = 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Wednesdays = 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Thursdays = 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Fridays = 3:30 - 4:30 pm in the Multicultural Resource Center (Room 176)
Math tutoring, PSYC 110 tutoring, general study or test-prep tips, study space, study partner
Additionally or alternatively, you may be able to find a tutor in your subject for drop-in support on the Stevens Point Campus. View drop-in tutoring subjects and times here. All drop-in tutoring sessions are held in person in Room 190 of the Chemistry Biology Building (CBB) at 2101 4th Ave, Stevens Point, WI 54481. Click here for a map of the Stevens Point Campus. Tutoring services on both the Wausau Campus and the Stevens Point Campus are free!
If you are unable to connect with a tutor on either the Wausau or Stevens Point campus, contact Renee Wallin for alternative options. You can contact Renee at email@example.com.
TLC OWL (Online Writing Lab)
TLC staff members offer written feedback on writing assignments through our OWL service. Click here to submit a writing assignment to the OWL for revision-oriented feedback.
More Resources for Students
Instructors' Office Hours
Office hours allow you to meet one-to-one with your instructors. During office hours, you can ask questions about homework assignments, exams, or course content. You can also stop by office hours just to say "hi." Instructors are here to help you learn and will be happy to work with you during office hours.
Instructors generally list their office hours on the class syllabus. If office hours aren't listed or you have a conflict with your instructor's scheduled office hours, you can request a meeting. The e-mail templates linked here will help you compose a respectful and appropriate message to your instructor when you need to request a meeting, miss a class, etc.
BECOME A TUTOR
View the qualifications and complete the tutor application form
DUO Tutoring in writing and math is available to any student who meets at least one of the following eligibility criteria: (1) qualifies for a Pell Grant, (2) has a documented disability, or (3) is a first-generation college student. A first-generation college student is a student whose parent(s) or guardian(s) have not completed a four-year degree.
For more information on DUO Tutoring, visit the DUO program's website, which is linked here.
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