Your Help Checklist
Center for Career and Calling can help you discover purpose and passion in your life, with career and vocation counselors, employer connections, and help with your job search.
Center for Learning offers resources to help you succeed through academic coaching, group tutoring study tables, one-on-one peer tutoring, study-skills workshops, and a college success class. Academic accommodations and advocacy are available at Disability Support Services.
Health Services offer services that include evaluating, treating, maintaining, and promoting optimal physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Besides a wealth of resources (online and in print), the Library provides help with research projects. Contact a Librarian in your discipline for personalized help getting started with research for a paper.
Student Counseling Center offers undergraduates a wide variety of services, from crisis intervention and health or nutritional counseling (including eating disorder treatment) to relationship and group counseling, psychiatric evaluations, consultations, and education.
Student Union Building serves as the campus “living room,” with food options and a place to hang out.
Student Academic Services helps with scheduling and catalog concerns, or questions about course sequences, transfer credits, transcripts, veterans education benefits, and more.
Student Financial Services can help you with financial aid questions, and with everything from payments and billing, to loans, grants, scholarships, and the all-important FAFSA form.
Computer and Information Systems (CIS) is SPU’s help desk for all things related to hardware, software, email, networking, or Internet issues.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-281-2481.