Center for Learning
Seattle Pacific University faculty members are committed to
students’ success and available to support their academic achievement.
The Center for Learning provides additional resources and
services to support the educational success of all students through
study-skills courses, individual learning consultations and learning
seminars offered by the professional staff. Tutoring for a wide
variety of courses and the Writing Center are also located in the
Center for Learning. Information on the ACCESS program, which
provides individualized support, monitoring and advising to first year
students is available on request. The Center for Learning
is open from 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and
8 a.m.–5 p.m. on Fridays. For more information, call 206-281-2475 or visit www.spu.edu/depts/cfl.
Center for Learning staff coordinates Disability Support Services
(DSS) for students with learning, psychological, medical, and physical
disabilities to provide academic program support and accommodations.
A student who wishes to receive services and accommodations
due to a disability should do the following things:
- Provide the disability support services program coordinator
with current documentation that has been prepared by a
qualified professional in the relevant field. For specific
guidelines for each disability contact the disabilities support
services program coordinator or visit www.spu.edu/depts/cfl.
- Meet with the disability support services program
coordinator to discuss the particular needs and appropriate
- For housing accommodations, students with disabilities
should contact the disability support services program coordinator
by April 1 if they are returning students and want
consideration during the spring 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 disability support services
program coordinator at least six weeks before the start of the
For information or to schedule an intake appointment, contact
the program coordinator at 206-281-2272.
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