Academic Support Office (ASO)
The Academic Support Office is designed to assist students in refining and strengthening the academic skills necessary for success at SCU.
The ASO counsels students in need of adding, dropping, and selecting courses. If you need assistance and would like to set up an appointment, or ask questions, stop by our office or contact email@example.com.
The ASO manages all areas of tutoring and open lab sessions. X-Ray open labs, Anatomy open labs and CP open labs are available every term at set hours. Schedules for both tutoring and open labs are e-mailed to all students with the latest times, locations and available tutors. Stop by the ASO or click here for more information about tutoring.
Having a hard time concentrating or studying? We can assist you! Learn new ways to study, explore different time management techniques, and cope with stress and anxiety! Stop by the office or e-mail us at AcademicSupport@scuhs.edu, set up an appointment with a Learning Specialist today!
For first term DC students, make sure to attend your orientation meetings every Tuesday. We cover an array of topics such as Effective Study Groups, Library Resources and Study Skill topics!
Academic Success Course
Need a course to keep you on track during your time at SCU? If you are in your fourth term or above, you should enroll in our selective course Academic Success. This course will cover learning strategies, study skills, time management, and additional tools to better assist you in and out of the classroom.
The ASO has full time staff who are here to help if you are worried, frustrated, or confused about classes, professors, or life. We are here to assist you with both academic and emotional needs. Schedule an appointment today, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
In accordance with ADA laws and regulations, the ASO assists students with any type of disability ranging from learning to physical. In order to receive necessary accommodations, students MUST provide written documentation from their physician clearly stating the condition and tests completed for the diagnosis. Once this information is received, a Learning Specialist will work with you and faculty members to provide reasonable accommodations.
SCU is proud to partner with Biola University in assisting our students with therapeutic counseling at a discounted rate. Do not hesitate to come in and ask for a referral form. Biola counselors can help you work through depression, separation, etc; email AcademicSupport@scuhs.edu for more information.