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The THINK TANK is the place to go for Math and Science tutoring, the Writing Center, Weekly Course Reviews, Supplemental Instruction, Academic Skills tutoring and so much more!

The THINK TANK provides both FREE and fee based services to meet the diverse needs of all UA students.

If you can't find the information you are looking for please contact us in any of the following ways:
 

Stop by:             The THINK TANK
                            The University of Arizona
                             Bear Down Gymnasium
                            1428 E. University Boulevard
                            Tucson, AZ 85721-0056

Phone: (520) 626-0530
E-mail: sls-Thinktank@email.arizona.edu
Facebook.com/UATHINKTANK
Twitter.com/UATHINKTANK

plan ahead! all think tank locations will be closed this sunday, april 27, 2014. normal hours will resume on monday, april 28, 2014. 

THINK TANK Mission

Our mission: to empower UA students by providing a positive environment where they can master the skills needed to become successful lifelong learners.

 

The THINK TANK tells its story of academic success in various ways. Here are some Highlights of THINK TANK data.

Did you know -- Using the THINK TANK Impacts Retention

For the last four enrollment years, first-time full-time freshmen who made use of THINK TANK services have demonstrated higher institutional retention rates (4-8% higher) than the official UA rate. When compared specifically to first-time full-time freshmen who do not utilize THINK TANK services, there is an even larger jump in retention (7-11%).

 

"I love the THINK TANK.  I go there every week. The tutors have such a positive attitude, and they're always willing to help.  And, they don't just give you the answer.  They explain the reasoning." MacKenzie, Pre-Physiology, freshman

"I've gone to Bear Down and Rec Center all semester.  It's really nice.  Everyone there is really sweet and everybody is so patient.  It's free, and a great opportunity to get some good resources.  There are other people who may not be in your class, but sitting at your table, and you can talk to them so you can share ideas. It's a really good ground for figuring out new ways to learn the material." Lauren, Psychology, junior

 

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