Student Success Center
UW-Eau Claire cares about student success, which is why we have opened our new Student Success Center in Centennial Hall. We offer the following support services:
- Academic Skills Center
- Center for Writing Excellence
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- Math Lab
Free, friendly and easy to access.
Our units support academic and personal success. Whether you are challenged by a specific class or skill (such as notetaking or reading a textbook), you want to develop better writing skills, or if you are simply looking to turn that strong “B” into an “A,” we are here for you.
The new Student Success Center serves all Blugolds who believe in "better," better connections, better math skills, better writing skills, better test scores, better study skills and better grades. This is the place to come to create your own success.
All services are free via walk-in or appointment and located in the Student Success Center on the second floor of Centennial Hall. The services are provided by faculty, staff and students. Follow the links below to learn more about our services and how to make an appointment.
You want to make the most of your education — and we can help!
Academic Skills Center
Assists students with peer tutoring, supplemental instruction (facilitated group study), mathematics skills evaluations, learning strategies, practice tests and much more. Learn more here.
Office of Services for Students with Disabilities
Offers services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities and maintains policies that ensure equal educational opportunity and accessibility to university facilities, activities and programs. Learn more here.
Center for Writing Excellence
Helps students develop better writing skills through one-to-one work with trained assistants, in person or online. Get help with organizing ideas, researching topics, fixing grammar issues and working through revisions. Learn more here.
Provides assistance with math concepts and homework clarification to students in Math 010, 020, 108, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114 and other select upper level Math courses. Learn more here.