University of Wisconsin Madison College of Engineering

Teaching and
academic support

at the Undergraduate Learning Center


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Supplemental instruction (InterEGR 150) »
Drop-in tutoring, 4th floor Wendt »
Tutoring by request »
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Math in the field of mechanics (EPD 690) »
MATLAB training sessions »
Reviewing vectors »
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through a generous grant from
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Contact us


Jenny Binzley, Director
Undergraduate Learning Center
College of Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Room 407 Wendt Commons
215 Randall Avenue
Madison, WI 53706

Tel: 608/265-1099

Nanthanat Tongdaeng (Eve)
Academic Support Coordinator
411 Wendt Commons
Tel: 608/890-2511


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Tutor Dane Wudal helps EMA 201 students during a Drop-In Tutoring session on the 4th floor of Wendt Library.

Tutor Dane helps EMA 201 students during a Drop-In Tutoring session on the 4th floor of Wendt Library.

About us

The Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) provides tutoring and academic support programs for undergraduates interested in studying engineering.  Our programs focus on supporting challenging courses that students take to qualify for entrance into an engineering department.  The ULC also provides support in select core engineering, math, statistics and science courses.  The ULC is a place where students study, form study groups, and discuss engineering concepts and problem solving strategies with their peers and with the tutors.

Our Services

Drop-In Tutoring

Drop-in tutoring is a free tutoring service open to any student enrolled in a course covered by our tutors. Every week we provide tutoring in over 40 math, science and engineering courses. Click here for Drop-in tutoring schedule.


Supplemental Instruction

The SI program is an academic support program for EMA 201, EMA 202, ME 240, Physics 201, and Physics 202. Each session is led by an undergraduate student and held twice a week. Click here for more information about SI and current SI schedule.


Tutoring By Request

A program that allows authorized students to obtain one-on-one help. Click here for more information about TBR.


Group Tutoring

A new program where tutors and students meet in a group setting on a regular basis. Groups are formed on the ULC Facebook Page and once a group is ready to meet, a tutor will join the session to help answer questions. More information to come.