Resources and Links
Academic Support Services
The academic department and program sites are the student’s best reference for learning about different majors and minors, specific requirements, and courses.
This website has a listing of highly competitive non-Lewis & Clark fellowships, grants, and awards available to Lewis & Clark seniors or recent graduates. Juniors may apply for certain fellowships such as the Goldwater, Truman, and Udall fellowships.
This office provides information and assistance with resume writing, internships, job searches, volunteer/service opportunities, as well as leadership development programs.
The goal of the Counseling Center is to help students achieve success and balance personally, socially, and academically during their college years and beyond.
For those with minority backgrounds, Ethnic Student Services provides academic and personal counseling, information and referral services, and mentoring support.
The Student Academic Affairs Board (SAAB) sponsors a competitive grant program for student-motivated projects, including research, attendance at conferences, visiting-scholar programs, and performances or artistic displays.
The Office of Student Financial Services has created an internship position especially to help students find undergraduate scholarships. This student is also available for consultation on writing essays, interviewing, and various other scholarship-related services.
A wide variety of services are available free-of-charge for all enrolled students who live on or off campus. Students can be evaluated for all health needs; physicians are available by appointment.
Assists international students with issues such as admission, financial aid, orientation, and academic counseling.
Provides classroom and individual instruction in CS 102 (formerly MATH 055). The Math Skills Center also operates as a drop-in resource for students who need help with mathematics-related skills in any course.
A vital resource for policies and procedures pertaining to classes, credits, transfer credit, major/minor declaration, change of advisor or major, transcripts, and graduation requirements.
Helps ensure that students with learning, physical, and psychological disabilities receive all of the benefits of a comprehensive selection of services. These services and accommodations are always the result of an active partnership between the student with disabilities and the Support Services staff.
SAAB sponsors a campus-wide tutoring program that provides each student with two free hours of tutoring per week per course as well as peer academic advising. If you would like a tutor in a subject that is not listed and request one, SAAB can arrange to have one signed up to help you.
Reference librarians assist students in selecting and using effective print and electronic reference tools. The Reference Desk is staffed daily, including most evenings and weekends. Students can also make appointments for customized help with research-related papers and projects.
The Writing Center has both student and professional staff who are trained to work with students on papers during all phases of the writing process, from brainstorming a thesis to essay formatting, research methods, and the writing process. Services are also available for ESL students and students with learning differences.
Not finding what you want? Many of the forms you may need can be found on the CAS Registrar’s page. Follow this link and scroll to the bottom of the page.