Free Peer Tutoring
The SDC provides free tutoring by more than 40 peer tutors in eight major subject areas. The most popular subjects for tutoring are mathematics, languages and writing. The SDC provides more than 1,500 tutoring appointments per quarter.
Living and Learning Support
This can include help with study habits, time management and goal setting, as well as facilitating help with digital pens, audio books and emotional support animals.
Disability Support Services
The SDC provides support for students with disabilities. This can include help with learning disabilities, test proctoring, emotional and mental health needs, mobility issues, and other disabilities.
Career Fairs and Networking Events
The SDC facilitates opportunities for students to connect with employers and graduate schools during career fairs and networking events on campus. Events are planned for general student interest as well as in specific areas, such as health care, business or STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Career Services and Employment Search Assistance
The SDC provides help for students in selecting a major and in searching for employment. This can include career assessment, cover letter and resume critique, practice interviews, developing LinkedIn profiles, tips for completing applications correctly, and personal statement and curriculum vitae critique for graduate school applications.
Experiential Learning Opportunities
The SDC assists students in finding internships and other experiential learning opportunities and in helping them understand how to glean the most out of every work experience, from summer camp counseling to work as a barista.
The SDC provides assistance for employers who are considering WWU students and alumni for internships and part- and full-time positions.