At University Housing, academics are a priority, and it is important to us that we provide you with the tools for success. You’ll find a variety of academic initiatives in your residence hall, including class sections reserved exclusively for residents of your hall, academic advising, tutoring, technology, and workshops.
Quick Tips on How to Make the Grade
Live in University Residence Halls
Students who live on campus their first year perform better academically and are more likely to graduate in four years. Live on campus for a second year or beyond, and your odds get even better.
Join a Learning Community
Residents in our ten residential learning communities benefit from additional resources and programming around a specific focus, to elevate your experience.
Take Classes in Your Hall
Our residence halls have on-site classrooms where you can take sections of popular classes alongside your neighbors without even leaving your building.
Take Advantage of Tutoring and Advising
Our residence halls offer free tutoring in our buildings for a variety of popular courses. We also provide convenient on-site academic advising in several residence halls through the Cross-College Advising Service (CCAS).
Use Study Spaces in Your Hall
Our halls offer quiet study spaces and convenient computer labs so you can focus on your homework.
Launch your career
Hoping to get good grades now and see the job offers roll in after graduation? There are many important steps to take during your first few years of college to make the most of your Wisconsin Experience and set yourself up for later success. Career Kickstart can help you get on the path to success, no matter where you’re heading. Join us at any of our upcoming events!
Work in University Housing
Students who work part-time during the school year actually do better academically than those who chose not to work. University Housing employs over 2,000 students with flexible, convenient jobs that give you structure, skills, new connections, and the best wages on campus.