Computer Sciences Learning Center (CSLC)

The Computer Sciences Learning Center (CSLC) offers FREE small-group tutoring for students in introductory computer science courses. Students can get help from our CSLC peer tutors, but are also welcome to use the space as an open and comfortable study environment.

Tutors will not work on debugging your program but will be able to spend time talking with you about course concepts.  You can view the schedule of which courses are supported at which times here.  The calendar of Study Groups can be found here.  Study groups meet in room B207.

Tutoring will start Monday February 12 and go through Wednesday May 1.


  • Sunday – Wednesday, 2 PM –  7 PM

The CSLC is located on The Shelf in the CS Building (if students enter by Union South, take the stairs to their right to a loft area in the lobby).

Please send any questions to Andy Kuemmel.

The CSLC is possible through the generous gift of Sheldon and Marianne Lubar. “Educating our students and citizens in [computer] science is a very high priority by any measure if our country is to maintain and grow our standard of living. Marianne and I are grateful we can help in this effort,” says Mr. Lubar. Thanks to the Lubars’ support, the CSLC has become a key educational pillar within the CS department. The CSLC provides exceptional support to students via tutoring and creates an opportunity for student tutors to give back to the department, an excellent example of the Wisconsin Idea in action.