Academic Peer Tutoring Program Peer tutors are sophomore, junior and senior students with high-grade point averages who are invited to participate in this valuable service opportunity on campus. There is no cost associated with requesting a peer tutor.
Career Services Provides students the resources and guidance needed to assess their interests and values, recognize and use their skills and talents, promote the strengths of their liberal arts education, and develop and implement their academic/career plans.
Course Catalog Presents essential information about the University, including W&L's character, heritage, and objectives; academic programs, course descriptions and degree requirements; student life and extracurricular activities; admissions requirements and procedures; costs and financial aid programs; campus and community setting; facilities, and other information.
International Education Supports the mission and commitment of the University in promoting an educational environment in which students, faculty and staff can become ever more involved with and aware of the global forces, people and perspectives which shape our lives.
Student Handbook Outlines policies and procedures related to campus life, academics and student conduct at Washington and Lee.
Tucker Multimedia Center Supplies advanced methodologies with the support of technological tools to its users in the teaching and learning of foreign languages, as well as in areas unique to the humanities.
The Writing Center Offers individual tutorial assistance to students on any college writing task, from papers and lab reports in any stage of completion to resumes and application essays. Directed by the coordinator of the Writing Program, the Center is staffed by upperclass students in various major fields chosen for their superior writing and teaching abilities.