Director: Deborah DeBow
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
O'Grady Library, lower level
360-438-4569 main line
360-486-8880 tutor line
The Learning and Writing Center and Disability Support Services share
the University’s commitment to support the success of our students, in
all their diversity, by modeling academic excellence through
peer-assisted learning, ensuring equal access to all aspects of college
life, fostering independent thinking, self-appraisal and confidence, and
promoting life-long learning.
The Learning Center provides academic learning resources to
help students strengthen study skills and to encourage the use
of new learning strategies. Our free services are available to
all Saint Martin's University students. Students use tutoring
services when they want to maintain a high grade in a class, are
referred by faculty or want peer assistance in practice or
review of course materials.
What's new in the center
The Learning and Writing Center welcomes Nathalie Kuroiwa-Lewis as the
Writing Center director, and Amber Rieff, the administrative assistant.
Available 24/7 -
Time Management Workshop!
Effective time management practices have a significant influence on
college achievement. This interactive session will offer proven
success strategies and help you manage your time and behavior, so
that you can achieve academically and still have some room for fun.
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