Learning Support Services

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Learning Support Services provides educational resources and support to students of all levels so they can become more effective learners and scholars. Our office is composed of:

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Want help writing a paper or preparing for tests? Visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) where you will find students helping students. Use our online scheduling system to make an appointment. But don’t wait - the schedule fills up quickly!

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If you received accommodations for a disability while in high school – or think you might have a disability but never had it formally identified – check out the Disability Services Office website for information about services. Even if you don’t think you will need to use accommodations, a conversation with our office can ensure that you know your options.  

On occasion, students find that college is harder than they expected, high school didn’t require the study skills needed at George Fox, or unanticipated life events disrupted their educational activities. If you’re concerned that you’re not doing as well as you’d like, contact our office for support, guidance, and resources to help you become a more effective learner.

For more information, please contact:

Rick Muthiah Rick Muthiah
Director of Learning Support Services

Office location: Lemmons 9C 


Julia James Julia James
ARC Coordinator

Office location: Academic Resource Center 


Andrea Byerley Andrea Byerley
Learning Support Services Coordinator

Office location: Lemmons 9