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How Do I Make An Appointment? 

Contact the SCC director by phone, email, or online form to set up an appointment.  We can travel to your location or arrange a meeting at UWL.

608.785.6605

email:  escc@uwlax.edu

Please use the link below to request a consultation.

Online consultation request form

 

What Does an Initial Consultation Look Like?

 

An Initial consultation involves meeting the staff of the SCC and discussing any project ideas that you may have.  The staff of the SCC will likely ask several questions to learn more about your business or organization and about what you hope to accomplish through our services.  We will then propose a plan of how we can support your project.

How much does this cost?

The Statistical Consulting Center is part of the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse which is a non-profit entity. We set fees for off-campus clients with the goal of covering our operating costs. 


Pricing depends on the type of client (academia, government agencies, for profit companies) and the estimated time required to complete the proposed project. After a free initial consultation, the director of the SCC will put together a detailed, fixed price quote using the following hourly rates. The estimated hours of work used in constructing a quote includes the estimated time invested by faculty statisticians (PhD), and does not include the time of undergraduate student consultants. Rates may be increased for projects requiring exceptionally fast turn-around time.


Hourly Rate by Client Type

Academia

Government agency

For profit company

$90/hr;

$115/hr;

$140/hr;

 

 

If you are interested in our statistical consulting services, but are not able to afford the rates listed above, please contact the Director of the SCC. We are able to offer services at reduced costs on a case-by-case basis, particularly for non-profit organizations.
Expanded price guide.

 

 

Is the data that I share with the SCC secure?

All data shared with the SCC is treated as confidential.  The SCC establishes a contract at the outset of consulting projects that details the roles of the client and the SCC.  This contract includes a commitment on the part of the SCC maintain confidentiality of client data.  All SCC personnel (faculty and students) complete ethical training modules prior to working with client data.