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The Office of Learning Resources and Services…

The Office of Learning Resources and Services (OLRS) is committed to enchancing student learning, supporting academic success, and helping students become lifelong learners. The OLRS, under the Division for Enrollment Management and Student Success, implements and coordinates student peer tutoring programs, study skills development courses and workshops, services for students with disabilities, and academic counseling. Services are free to all students enrolled in the university.
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Free Peer Tutoring

During the academic year, the Office of Learning Resources and Services offers individual and small group coursework assistance through its university-wide free tutoring program. Our office is located in the Howe Building, Room 204. Students may request tutors in one or more courses by completing the appropriate forms which are located in our office. For…Read More

Counseling Center

The purpose of Shenandoah University’s Counseling Center is to provide confidential counseling services in order to help students achieve academic and personal goals. Counseling programs and services are offered to help students live more effective, responsible, and satisfying lives. Read More


Intramural Sports

We invite all Shenandoah students, faculty and staff to participant in our exciting intramural sports programs throughout the school year. Play with friends, groups or any Shenandoah organization in which you may be involved. Or, you can simply sign up as a free agent and meet a lot of new friends. Have fun and good luck!

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Student Clubs & Organizations

Shenandoah University encourages students to take an active role in student organizations and supports a variety of clubs and organizations to meet the needs and interests of its students. Shenandoah University offer more than 50 clubs and organizations. From professional to dance organizations to singing groups and community service groups, there are a multitude of options from which to choose your involvement. Read More

Global Citizenship Project (GCP)

The Global Citizenship Project was created in 2005 to offer members of the campus community the opportunity to travel – all expenses paid – during spring break as a way to add to their educational and professional development. Read More

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Student Life Events

  • Today

    Residence Halls Close at 7 p.m. for Thanksgiving Break. Contact reslife@su.edu Read More

  • Today

    Washing Feet, an ongoing Alpha Kappa Psi service project, focuses on collecting hygiene products, undergarments, hats and gloves for people experiencing homelessness in the Winchester area. A collection container is in the Brandt Student Center, one is in the Health… Read More

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    Toasty Tuesday, a Sigma Alpha Iota fundraiser, is from 9 a.m. to noon in the Ruebush Hall lobby. You know that feeling of running late with no time for breakfast? It happens to us all. So Sigma Alpha Iota hosts… Read More

  • Today

    Lunch Dialogue with the Office of Student Engagement is from11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center Food Court. Feel free to openly discuss the Michael Brown case and the grand jury decision. Look for Director of Student Engagement… Read More

Upcoming Performances

  • 12/6

    “Sounds of the Season” Chimers Concert is begins at 2 p.m. in Goodson Chapel / Recital Hall. The special performance is a collaboration of Shenandoah University’s music therapy program and NW Works. FREE Read More

  • 12/6

    Unsilent Night, a Shenandoah New Music performance, begins at 8 p.m. on the Loudoun Street walking mall and Bright Box Theater in downtown Winchester. FREE Read More

  • 12/7

    Festival of Lessons & Carols begins at 7 p.m. at the Braddock Street United Methodist Church in downtown Winchester. FREE Read More

  • 12/14

    Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker Suite begins at 5 p.m. the Bright Box (15 N. Loudoun St., downtown Winchester). Jazz trumpet artist and Shenandoah University faculty member Craig Fraedrich leads a 10-piece ensemble, featuring Shenandoah students and some of the finest instrumentalists in the… Read More

Freshmen Resources


Shenandoah University’s new environmentally friendly integrated mobile learning program, iMLearning, provides students and faculty with the tools to enhance student learning and engagement. Additionally, the program delivers on the institution’s commitment to academic excellence and campus sustainability by putting the highly rated and environmentally friendly MacBook Pro into the hands of all incoming first-year, full-time students, some graduate students, and a portion of the full-time faculty. In addition to the MacBook Pro, students are offered their choice of either an iPodTouch , iPad 3G or aniPhone. Read More

Study Abroad

There are many opportunities for students to study abroad for various lengths of time throughout the year, including spring break, winter break, summer break, and fall or spring semesters. Shenandoah participates in the International Student Exchange Programs (ISEP), a consortium of more than 300 universities worldwide that provides affordable, independent study abroad and exchange experiences.…Read More

General Education

The General Education program is required of all students entering Shenandoah University as a first-year/freshman. This requirement is in addition to the college/school requirements and the major/program of study requirements. Transfer students should consult with their advisor and/or the Director of General Education concerning their General Education requirements.
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Additional Resources

International Students