Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
O'Grady Library, lower level
360-438-4569 main line
360-486-8880 tutor line
Visit our study strategies
page for useful tips on preparing for college.
Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learns are opportunities for students to gain both
academic and life skills in an informal setting. They are held
in the fall and cover topics that help students, particularly
those new to the University, learn about their campus home,
manage academic programs and adjust to university life. Download
Student Lingo's 24/7 online workshops which include Time
Management, Learning Strategies Every Student Should Know, and
Reading Comprehension Strategies.
Do you want to learn new and effective ways to enhance your
learning? Would you like to improve your academic performance in
test-taking, note-taking, or other study skills or behaviors?
Set up an individual appointment with the Learning Center staff
for guidance on how to develop strategies based on your own
learning styles and needs. Contact the
Learning Center Director
for more information.
Students may be referred to take assessments such as the
Learning and Study Skills
Inventory (LASSI) during their individual appointments.
The Early Alert program is a component of student success which
supports student learning by identifying Freshman students who may be at
risk of academic difficulty or failure. Students are most often
referred by faculty via an online form. Outreach will be
provided after this form is submitted, with a focus on
connecting students to campus resources that will support their