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Academic Support Center

At Multnomah, our programs will challenge you -- and our faculty and staff are equally committed to your success. Providing free tutoring and other academic support services is an intentional partnership between Student Services and our academic programs to assist you in meeting your academic goals and graduating in a timely fashion.

Our tutors in the center represent the college, graduate school, and seminary and are available to provide pre-scheduled as well as drop-in appointment approximately 30 hours per week.

  • Services
    Multnomah University’s Academic Support Center is located on the second floor of the JCA Student Center in the Student Services Department and provides tutoring services for undergraduate, graduate, and seminary students in the following areas:
    • Writing
    • Bible
    • Theology
    • Math
    • Study Skills
  • Schedule an Appointment
    To schedule a tutoring appointment, please contact the Student Services Office Manager at 503.251.5311.
  • Study Skills

    Study Skills are learned abilities, strategies, and approaches to learning. Study Skills include: test-taking, note-taking, reading, and research strategies as well as time management and understanding your learning style.

    Multnomah has a Study Skills Course offered each semester that is highly recommended for new students and students who have been away from college for a long period of time. This six-week course offered at the beginning of each term covers the basics of study skills, is a Pass/Fail course, and is free to all students. To sign up for the course, register for GE 010.

  • Learning Disabilities

    If you think you might have a learning disability, but have never been tested, contact Disability Services and we can discuss testing options on and off-campus. Some tests may have a fee due to the expertise and time involved and that fee is the responsibility of the student.

    If you have a documented learning disability and need to discuss an accommodation, you should contact Disability Services in the Student Services Department to begin the ADA verification and accommodation process.