The Physics Club hosts free drop-in tutoring for UW – Madison physics classes in the club room, 2328 Chamberlin Hall. Tutors are Physics Club officers and members who have previously taken many math and physics courses, with much in common with engineering and math majors. If you have any pressing physics questions, feel free to come in and ask – many of the members may be able to help.
DISCLAIMER: Tutors will try their best to help, but we make no guarantees. Please do not use us as your primary method of doing homework, rather as a way to clarify issues and to do especially difficult problems. Send comments and/or questions to email@example.com.
You can send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask if anyone is willing to work as a private tutor, and you negotiate all the details with them directly. The Physics Department also keeps a list of graduate students who are willing to work as private tutors: https://www.physics.wisc.edu/sites/default/files/Physics_Private_Tutor_List.pdf
There are other existing services, such as GUTS:
UW students in Physics 103, 104, 207, or 208 who are looking for a free, regular group tutoring session that meets twice per week for an hour can contact the Physics Learning Center: