GUTS offers three Study Support programs:
- Study Skills (SS)
- Study and Learning Skills (SLSS)
- Peer-2-Peer Mentorship Program (P2P)
One-hour long, 1-on-1 advisory appointments are available with our study skills advisors. These free appointments aim to identify areas of development specific for each student and help them develop their own personal strategies to grow.
Study and Learning Skills
SLSS is a peer-to-peer service offered to students registered with the McBurney Disability Resource Center. To become a registered McBurney student, click here to see if you are eligible. Students schedule individual appointments with trained study skills specialists to discuss ways to study more effectively.
Study Skills Workshops
Do you want your student organization’s members to earn a higher GPA, have a space to bond, and get the most out of their membership?
Your organization can schedule a personalized workshop with our SS coordinators covering a variety of academic topics.
Peer-2-Peer Mentorship Program
For freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students, P2P is a great opportunity to meet an UW-Madison upperclassman who will meet with them, respond to their questions or concerns, and help them get acclimated to UW-Madison’s campus.