The Transfer Engagement Center also known as the TEC (pronounced: “tek”) is a dedicated space to transfer students at UW-Madison. If you have a question or need help but don’t know where to go, we’re the place for you. Stop in and we will help you get wherever you need to go or come and meet other transfers, study, or take a moment to rest.
- Always have coffee, tea, snacks, and free printing
- Daily drop-in tutoring by Greater University Tutoring Services (GUTS)
- Monthly lunches for specific communities such as Returning Adult Students
Middleton Building entrance is in the back of the building from Linden Drive.
TEC RESUMES REGULAR HOURS
Wednesday, September 6th (first day of class)
TEC Hours for Fall 2023
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Regular Programs & Services
Meet your Transfer Student Coordinators! TSC's are experienced transfer students who are here to help you through your transition by facilitating involvement opportunities, promoting a sense of belonging within the university and the greater Madison community, and by providing resources for personal and academic success. Transfer Student Coordinators are also available for…
Wisconsin Welcome is a campus-wide celebration of new and continuing students beginning a new academic year. You will be able to take your pick of events during August and September, 2022. TTP hosts many Wisconsin Welcome events that are designed specifically for transfer students by transfer students. Guests are always welcome regardless of transfer or student status.
Tutoring in TEC
GUTS Drop-In Tutoring in the TEC
GUTS offers free tutoring and mentoring to hundreds of students for specific classes, conversational language practice, and general studying tips and techniques. GUTS Drop-In tutoring is now at the TEC. Find dates and times for each subject in the drop-down panel on the right.
Schedule coming mid-September.
Find us in room 110 in the Middleton Building.
Keep up-to-date on not only all the events hosted by the Transfer Transition Program, but also events across campus and in the greater Madison area. Note: all transfer students are automatically subscribed their first enrolled semester.
Find B-Cycle stations, public parking, campus fare-free bus (80, 81, 82, 84) map, Libraries, & wheelchair accessible building entrances and walkways.
This map indicates where all single stall, locking, gender inclusive restrooms are on campus. There are currently no single stall, locking restrooms In the Middleton Building,.
ASM has listed some spaces on campus that can be used by the UW-Madison community for meditation, prayers, mental health breaks, and/or other suitable practices.