Your success is our success.
Once enrolled, you will be assigned a faculty or professional academic advisor who will help develop your curriculum completion program. Alongside your advisor, campus student success centers give you the support you’ll need to graduate and pursue the career of your dreams.
Links to some student success centers are below. For a full list of academic, social, cultural, and health resources, please click here.
Student success centers:
Algebra and Statistics Alcove
The Algebra and Statistics Alcove offers a free drop-in, one-on-one tutoring service that is available to students taking Freshman Mathematics courses.
Career Services can help you transition from college to the world of work, connecting you with employers and internships, and honing the tools necessary for career building.
Disability Services promotes an equal opportunity for students with disabilities in pursuing a higher education and achieving their academic goals.
El Centro de Muchos Colores
Fort Lewis' Hispanic Resource Center, is available for conversational Spanish language practice.
Faculty mentors are available in all of the scientific disciplines.
John F. Reed Honors Program
A selective curriculum for students seeking interdisciplinary intellectual exploration through forums, interaction with writers and scholars, and cultural events and field trips.
Math Assistance Center
This drop-in tutoring center offers help with math classes from both faculty and students.
Modern Language Lab
The Language Lab offers free tutoring in Spanish, French, German, and Japanese in Noble Hall, Room 150.
Native American Center
The Native American Center thrives to help its Native students in academics.
The Office of Peer Education works with a network of tutoring centers across campus to connect qualified peer mentors to students who need support.
TRIO Student Success Center
Funded by a TRIO grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the Student Success Center provides individualized academic and personal support services to eligible students who want to make the most of their education.
STEAM Peer Mentor Program
Peer Mentors host a variety of peer-led study and lab review sessions for courses in Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geosciences, and Physics.
STEM3 provides free academic, career, financial, personal, social, and technological assistance to eligible students in science, technology, engineering, and math.
The Writing Center gives students a place where to get one-on-one help with any writing assignment or project at any point in the writing process.