CLUE (Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment)
CLUE, offered by Academic Support Programs, is a free late-night academic center designed to support all UW undergraduates, with a strong emphasis on freshmen and transfer students who are enrolled in many of the UW’s crucial lower-division courses.
The center is open for business Sunday-Thursday evenings from 7 p.m. to midnight with study activities taking place throughout Mary Gates Hall.
The CLUE program offers the following services:
- Drop-in help in chemistry, math, physics, biology, writing, and various foreign languages.
- Evening discussion and review sessions that provide students with a chance to talk with graduate teaching assistants and other students regarding current coursework.
- Group study, enrichment, and review sessions for more than 20 courses that attract a large number of first year students.
- Exam reviews for a variety of courses.
OMA&D Instructional Center
The Instructional Center (IC) of the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity offers students supplemental academic assistance in many subjects, including writing, mathematics, statistics, engineering, business, chemistry, physics, biology, social sciences, and foreign languages. The IC offers drop-in tutoring, non-credit Academic Enrichment Workshops, adjunct credit courses, exam review workshops, computer lab usage, and preparation courses for graduate and professional exams, such as LSAT, GRE, and MCAT.
Other Study Centers
Study Smarter Workshops
These small group sessions address topics such as Test Anxiety & Stress Reduction and Time Management & Procrastination. The workshops are free and are offered at the Counseling Center. For more information see the workshop schedule.
220 Hitchcock Hall
4th Floor Lounge, Hitchcock
Open to students in Intro Biology (BIOL 180, 200, & 220), GENOME 371, and BIOLOGY 100
Open to pre-engineering students.
B006 & B014 CMU
Open to students enrolled in Math 111, 112, 120, 124, 125, 126, 144, 145, & 146.
Open to MSEP students.
AM014 PAB - A wing
Open to students enrolled in Phys 114, 115, 116 or 121, 122, 123.