Where, oh where, to study for exams?


Finding a place to study at home can be impossible. Children, pets and spouses always notice when you ignore them, and chores never get done “automagically.”
That’s why we encourage students to study in a campus Academic Support Center. We even try to make them inviting.
The largest ASC is the Computer Production Center in Room M273 at the Milwaukee campus. It’s a one-stop shop, with more computers than you can count, and staff and tutors available to help. Bonus: It also has a quiet zone. Shhhhh!
The Communication Center in Room C278, also downtown, is where all questions Microsoft can be answered. It is also the lab with the most natural light, thanks to two walls of windows.
The Writing Center next door, in Room C270, was just remodeled. The best feature, though, is the indoor plants nurtured by staff, giving the room a touch of “home.”
The Math and Science Center, across the hall in Room C270, has been remodeled with upgraded lighting, sleek new furniture and bright paint that, combined, energize students. Again, staff and tutors are available.
The ASCs at the Meqon, Oak Creek and West Allis campuses serve multiple purposes, including study space.
In Mequon, the small ASC is in the library and features great natural lighting and a fabulous view. The Oak Creek and West Allis labs offer tutoring in most subjects, and they have staff that know, well, pretty much everything you need to know about studying.
Feel free to hit ASC folks up for advice – or just use their labs. They’re OK with being ignored (until you need them).