Academic Deadlines: The Office of the Registrar provides information on deadlines and academic policies.
Advising Resources: The Office of Undergraduate Advising provides tools and resources for students regardless of major or college. This website has a useful GPA calculator and events calendar.
Auditing: What does it mean to audit a class?
Chemistry Learning Center: Provides tutoring services and other activities for those enrolled in general and organic chemistry.
Concurrent Enrollment: This link provides information for students wishing to take classes at another institution during the Fall or Spring semester.
Cross-College Advising Service: Provides personalized advising to help you develop a plan for choosing your major and exploring careers. This is a great resource for students who are interested in multiple majors or certificates that cross colleges (e.g., IS Major and certificate offered by the School of Business).
Economics Tutoring Information: Listed information about Economics tutors including which classes they tutor for, rate, and notes.
Explanations of Typical College Vocabulary: Coming to college means learning a different sent of vocabulary and terms. This resource is useful for students, particularly those whose parents or older siblings have not attended college. The terminology is not UW-Madison specific, but is helpful to describe college specific words.
General Academic Information: List of academic topics and policies from the L&S Undergraduate Catalog including incomplete grades, credit load, dean’s list, etc.
Greater University Tutoring Service (GUTS): Connects students with volunteer tutors for assistance with general academic courses, study skills, conversational English, and intercultural exchange.
Language Institute: The Language Institute promotes collaboration for research, education and community outreach in languages, literatures and cultures.
Languages at UW-Madison: This site is intended to serve as a resource for students, faculty, staff, anyone else interested in language study on campus. It provides information on advising, retro credits, language tables, and much more.
L&S Honors Program: Provides an opportunity for students to pursue their own research projects through small classes and research settings.
Mathematics Tutorial Program: Provides free tutoring for two hours a week for students enrolled in a large number of math classes.
McBurney Disability Resource Center: Works to provide services and classroom accommodations to UW students with disabilities to help ensure equal access to programs and activities.
Regional Studies Advising: The Regional Studies Advising Office provides guidance to help students explore international opportunities on campus and around the world. The Office also assists students in navigating the many international resources and services available to them at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Retaking a Class: This link provides information for students wishing to refresh their understanding of a concept and for students who failed a class.
Switching from BA to a BS: For students who need to switch their intended degree from a Bachelors of Arts to a Bachelors of Science (or vice versa).
Taking a class Pass/Fail: For students who need more information about taking a class pass/fail.
30 Credit Residence Requirement Waiver: This link takes you to the L&S waiver for the 30 credit residence requirement.
The Writing Center: Helps students become more effective writers through workshops and one on one help.
Transfer into L&S: This link takes students to information about transferring into L&S from a different School or College at UW-Madison. Students who were in CALS, School of Business, etc and now want to switch and only have an International Studies major need this information.
Tutoring and Learning Support Resources: This site includes a list of free tutoring and learning support units on campus, FAQs, student testimonials, and resources to help you achieve academic success.
Undergraduate Academic Services (L&S Policies): Student Academic Affairs serves students primarily through the following five programs: Academic Advising Services, L&S Career Services, Center for Academic Excellence, Scholarships, and Undergraduate Research Scholars.
Undergraduate Catalog: Provides a brief overview of program descriptions, requirements in the major, and honors or distinction in the major.
Undergraduate Research Scholar: Enhances the academic experience of UW-Madison students by providing first and second year undergraduates with opportunities to earn credit for participating in the research and creative work with UW-Madison faculty and staff.
UW-Madison Computer Labs: Locations of computer labs and available technology.
UW-Madison Libraries: Helps students find resources both online and in print for academic work. It is also where students can check out equipment and reserve a study room. Additional resources for helping with International Studies research can be found here for international focused publications.