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Center for Learning

Learning Support

Seattle Pacific University faculty members are committed to students’ success and available to support their academic achievement. The Center for Learning also provides additional resources and services to support the educational success of all students through study-skills courses, individual learning consultations, and learning workshops offered by the professional staff. Tutoring for a wide variety of courses and the Writing Center are also located in the Center for Learning.

Hours: 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday, while school is in session.

For more information, call 206-281-2475, visit us online, or stop by Lower Moyer Hall.

Disability Support Services

Center for Learning staff coordinate Disability Support Services (DSS) for students with learning, ADHD, medical/physical, and psychological disabilities by providing academic accommodations.

Students with disabilities who wish to receive services and accommodations should do the following:

  1. Provide the DSS program coordinator with current documentation prepared by a qualified professional in the relevant field. For specific guidelines for each disability, Check the DSS website or contact the DSS program coordinator at dss@spu.edu or 206-281-2272 (TTY: 206-281-2224).
  2. Meet with the DSS program coordinator to discuss your particular needs and appropriate academic accommodations.
  3. For housing accommodations, students with disabilities should contact the DSS program coordinator by April 1 if they are returning students and want consideration during the Spring Quarter sign-up process, or by June 1 if they are new students applying for Autumn Quarter housing. Students applying for housing beginning Winter or Spring Quarter should contact the DSS program coordinator at least six weeks before the start of the quarter.

For information or to schedule an intake appointment, contact the DSS program coordinator at dss@spu.edu or 206-281-2272.


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