Academic Support and Resources
Lewis & Clark is committed to the academic success of every student. One of the many benefits of our personal approach to education is that we provide many resources to support students both in and outside of the classroom. The resources below are available to all undergraduate students during the 2021-2022 Academic Year, and nearly all of the resources can be accessed in person or by zoom/phone.
Research and Writing
- Watzek Librarians are available Monday through Friday for in-person or video appointments. For up to date information about library services and hours, check this site.
- The Writing Center in Watzek Library offers drop-in peer tutoring Sundays through Thursdays, 3-10 pm (beginning Sunday, Sept. 12), and consultations with the director by appointment. Consultations will be available both in person and via Zoom, but please visit the Writing Center website for schedules, appointments and COVID policy updates as the semester continues.
Advising and Accommodations
- College Advising Center (CAC) advisors are available Monday through Friday for appointments. Click here to schedule an appointment with a CAC advisor.
- Schedule an appointment with the Office of Student Accessibility.
- Schedule an in-person appointment with the Career Center.
- Schedule a zoom appointment with the Career Center.
- In-person Drop-In Hours are now available.
- Visit the Career Center’s Resource Library for handouts and other digital resources related to resumes, cover letters, networking, interview, and other internship and job search skills.
- Login to Handshake to search for internships and jobs posted for Lewis & Clark students in Portland and beyond!
Interactive Learning Center (ILC) Language Practice and Homework Help
Language Assistants and peer tutors are available for free language practice and homework help starting September 1st. Click here to submit a request. Zoom appointments are also available.
- SAAB tutoring is available for appointments during the semester, and appointments can be in person or via zoom. Request to be connected with a SAAB tutor.
Symbolic and Quantitative Resource Center (SQRC)
The SQRC is a free and informal drop in peer tutoring center focused on courses with a strong quantitative component, including but not strictly limited to math, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, and economics. Our team of tutors are here to help you work on your homework, study for a test or quiz, and more!