The Academic Support department strives to enhance the pursuit of lifelong learning, intellectual inquiry and communication by fostering students' academic success and encouraging self-advocacy. Services promote a holistic developmental process that empowers students to become independent, competent and confident learners.
The department offers services to all students in writing and tutoring, provides Supplemental Instruction for select courses, supports students with disabilities in academic accommodations, and aids first-year students in their transition to Saint Louis University through the University 101 course and the MAP-Works transition assessment.
Make an appointment for career services, academic advising, disability services, tutoring, writing, and academic coaching.
Meet the dedicated staff, advisors, and counselors available as you work to achieve your goals at SLU.
A comprehensive online student survey enhances a student's ability to be more successful in college.
Tutoring & Supplemental Instruction
Tutoring is not about asking for help, but rather, finding a way to make the greatest impact in your learning and on your grades!
These small, interactive classes are engaging in and out of the classroom, as students transition to college and become connected to the SLU community
Home to graduate and undergraduate writing consultants who help all SLU students with all writing, speaking and multimedia projects.