Undergraduate advising in Gender and Women’s Studies and LGBTQ+ Studies supports students’ course planning in the context of their academic and professional goals. During a meeting, the undergraduate advisor will share information about courses and degree requirements, campus and community involvement, Honors in the Major and other opportunities for research, summer or semester-long study abroad, internship and job applications, and planning for graduation.
As graduation approaches, the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies helps students plan for meaningful job opportunities and/or apply to graduate or professional programs where they can apply the skills, knowledge, and awareness they have developed in their Gender & Women’s Studies and LGBTQ+ Studies courses.
Open House Learning Community
GWS is the academic departmental home for the Open House Learning Community, a vibrant and inclusive space in University Housing that is dedicated to examining gender and sexuality.
The CLC works with students in general and organic Chemistry in a peer learning environment.
The Math Lab is a free, drop-in tutoring program staffed by Math department TAs.
Peer tutors in introductory courses lead a small group of students weekly throughout the semester.
The PLC provides support and community for students taking 103, 104, 207, or 208.
Find a comprehensive listing of all of the academic resources on campus on the Academic Support website hosted by UW-Madison Tutoring and Learning Support Services.