SSS tutors can assist you in understanding your homework, reviewing for tests and quizzes, and deepening your understanding of content knowledge. Tutors are generally available between the hours of 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and some limited availability on Fridays. Schedule varies by semester and is subject to change, so be sure to check the most recent schedule for each subject at the tabs above, or pick up a hard copy in the SSS office.

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SSS provides tutoring in the following areas:


Math Specialist Tracie Bateman has over 20 years of teaching experience at the high school and college levels. She and her team of peer tutors can help you in any Math or Statistics course at the 200-level or below. Be sure to check the math schedule to find the tutors who specialize in your area of need. If you have another mathematics-related course or assignment you need assistance with, check with Tracie first. All math tutoring is walk-in only--no appointment necessary.


Peer tutors specializing in areas of biology, chemistry, and physics are available throughout the week. Consult the science schedule to see which tutors are available for your course. No appointment necessary. If none of our peer tutors are able to assist you in a given course, please talk to Luke Fannin, Writing Specialist, or your advisor to arrange a private tutor.


Writing Specialist Luke Fannin and the writing peer tutors are here to assist in all aspects of writing a college paper: brainstorming topics, organizing ideas, and revising drafts. Writing tutors are also available for assistance with writing and delivering speeches, developing cover letters and resumes, and crafting essays for scholarship, program, and grad school applications. All tutoring sessions are one-on-one. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome when available. 

Other Subject Areas

If your tutoring needs lie outside of the content areas listed above, please let us know! In the past, we have successfully arranged private tutors for classes in sociology, communications, modern languages, and many more. Please let your advisor know right away if you need extra help, or contact Luke Fannin directly.


Yuanman (Eunice) Ma

Year: Junior

Hometown: Guangdong, China

Major: Chemistry

Minor: Mathematics

A bit about me: I like to sing! Music is also my best friend. I like listening to instrumental music, like music from Yanni, Thomas Bergersen or Yiruma. Studying math became another of my favorite things recently. I realized how math has changed the way I think about science. I gain confidence in myself after I solve a math puzzle, and the confidence also brings energy to my school life in La Crosse. I hope I can bring the same energy to you! I am happy to help you with your math problems, and if you are having issues with studying, you can also talk to me! I am happy to help you with your homework and also your study life in the school.


Cassie Quinn

Year: Senior

Hometown: Spring Valley, WI

Major: Math Education

Minor: Computer Science Education

A bit about me: I really enjoy reading, singing, talking, desserts, getting outside, and avoiding my homework with Netflix series. I'm pretty optimistic towards life and recently got started on my bucket list by running a marathon with my dad! Tutoring has been a blast because it gives me the opportunity to meet and help so many new people.


Joah Strauss

Year: Sophomore

Hometown: Holmen, WI

Major: Biomedical Physics

Minor: Mathematics

A bit about me: Some of my hobbies/interests include swimming, drawing, Netflix, ping pong, and video games. My favorite TV show is Bojack Horseman because he is a complicated misunderstood horse who is in a constant battle with his inner demons and Todd is hilarious. I'm looking forward to being a tutor this year and seeing those light bulbs go off.



Gage Stuttgen

Year: Senior

Hometown: Trempealeau, WI

Major: Biochemistry

A bit about me:  For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Gage Stuttgen. I am currently in my 5th year at UWL studying to get my B.S in Biochemistry. After college, I plan to go to graduate school to pursue a PhD in biochemistry so that I can independently design, perform, and analyze research of my choice. Ideally, I want to work on protein mis-folding to try and better understand Alzheimer’s disease. Outside of research and school I enjoy spending my time working out, hunting, and on the river. If you have any questions about me, math, or life, don’t hesitate to ask.


Matt Vehlow

Year: Junior

Hometown: Wausau, WI

Major: Public Health, Pre-PA

A bit about me: I enjoy sports such as basketball, soccer, and hockey. When I am done with school I want to move out of state and have a job that will allow me to travel and see other parts of the world. My ultimate goal is to one day start my own company and create a product as iconic as the iPhone is today.


Evelynn Yuengst

Year: Junior

Hometown: Hudson, WI

Majors: Mathematics & German

A bit about me: In my free time I go hiking, longboard, hang out with friends, hammock, or binge watch Netflix. My favorite show is Parks and Recreation, but honestly I love any sitcom and will constantly rewatch them even though I should watch something new.




Seraphim Boggs


Year: Senior

Hometown: West Bend, WI

Major: Cellular & Molecular Biology

Minor: Creative Writing

A bit about me: As a cliche, full-fledged dog mom, most of the things I do revolve around my dog Ollie. I love hiking and kayaking, in addition to the occasional Netflix binge and nap. I work at the Kwik Trip right on West Ave by our campus part-time on weekends and go to school full-time. I'm looking forward to working with everyone this semester!


Vanessa Czeszynski

Year: Junior

Hometown: Oak Creek, WI

Major: Aquatic Biology

Minor: Chemistry

A bit about me: I enjoy a very active lifestyle; I love hiking, kayaking, fishing, and running. I think that my future career will fit in seamlessly with my lifestyle. I see myself one day being that huge nerd with waders and a fly fishing hat on surveying freshwater ecosystems. I also hope to explore more Wisconsin state parks and even some national parks. For now, I enjoy working in the water quality lab at the United States Geological Survey and tutoring science. Being a tutor for SSS means that not only I get to help other students work through problems by seeing things from a new perspective, but I also get to build strong relationships with my peers!


Allison Jahns

Year: Senior

Hometown: Burlington, IL

Major: Exercise & Sport Science, Pre-PT

A bit about me: I enjoy bluff hikes, going to the beach, swimming, and anything where I get to spend time with friends and family. When I'm not at school, I work as a physical therapist aide which I really enjoy because I love spending time with patients, helping them overcome barriers, and feel better while at the same time learning about what it takes to be a physical therapist because that is my dream job. I like tutoring for the same reason of being able to help people work through difficulties in their schoolwork because it is very fulfilling to have the opportunity to benefit and help my peers.


Hannah Willingham

Year: Sophomore

Hometown: Watertown, WI

Major: Microbiology

Minor: Psychology

A bit about me: I love school and all of the organization and hard work that comes with it. In my free time I enjoy hanging out with my roommates and our friends. Science is my passion, but I tend to do pretty well in all subjects and am always willing to help. Cats and dogs make me happiest in life. I love traveling. Every summer I try to go to about three different states, usually to see family or explore new places. I don't think we ever stop learning about ourselves and the world we live in, which is why I want to help others continue to learn and build their futures through tutoring.




Sienna Miller

Year: Senior

Hometown: Raymond, WI

Majors: English (Writing & Rhetoric Concentration) & Biology

Minors: Chemistry & Mathematics

A bit about me: I love plants: I have about twenty in my bedroom! Reading is my favorite hobby, but I also really enjoy basket weaving, drawing, and jogging.




Maddie Nelson

Year: Junior

Hometown: Hudson, WI

Major: Public Health

Minors: Psychology & Nutrition

A bit about me: Hello! A few things you should know about me are that I absolutely love spending time with my family and friends, eating food, and being active. When I'm not in class or studying, you can typically find me at home watching Friends with my roommates or relieving some stress at the REC. Although I am not currently set on a career, I am very passionate about the Health Field and helping others. I am so excited to tutor this semester and I look forward to meeting new people!


Matia Zins

Year: Junior

Hometown: Hudson, WI

Major: Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology

Minors: English Literature

A bit about me: My favorite ways to spend a day include reading, being with friends & family, drinking tea, snowboarding, skiing, and hiking! I love studying in coffee shops and going on road trips. I like tutoring because it helps me to think about concepts from different viewpoints.