The Office of Learning Resources and Services (OLRS) is committed to enhancing 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.

We are eager to help you achieve your academic goals. Everyone is encouraged to stop by the office in 204 Howe Hall.

Office Hours: 9 am – 5 pm
Phone: 540 665 4928
Fax: 540 665 3470

Address:
204 Howe Hall
1460 University Drive
Winchester, VA 22601

Staff:
Michelle Shenk
, Director of Learning Resources and Services mshenk@su.edu
J. Santiago, M.S. Assistant Director & Learning Enrichment Coach jsantiag10@su.edu
Erin Beaupre, Learning Services Specialist ebeaupre@su.edu


Shenandoah University is committed to providing equal access to the University programs, events, and services to all students with disabilities. Our mission is to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations and support services that will assist students in achieving their academic and professional goals. The Office of Learning Resources and Services collaborates with students, faculty and…Read More
 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 Academic Enrichment Center in 204 Howe Hall. For more information, stop by our office or call (540) 665-4928 If you are having…Read More
 Study Skills Courses Shenandoah University offers a Study Skills course (STSK 101) available to all undergraduate students at Shenandoah University. The course is designed to meet the needs of  students who may need academic support. Students who are considered “at-risk” or are conditionally admitted to the university are enrolled in the course their first semester.…Read More
 Academic Counseling We can help you succeed in college! Office of Learning Resources and Services staff will work one-on-one with students to evaluate and identify problem areas and how to develop strategies to improve them. For example, meet with us to discuss: Productive use of study time Goal-setting for improved academic success Reading and note…Read More
The Learning Resources and Services staff conducts study skills workshops throughout the year. …Read More
 Upon entering the Turning Point Program, the student will meet with the Director of Learning Resources and Services for an interview and assessment of learning style, study habits and reading skill. The director and the student will develop an individualized written plan for academic success which will be signed by the student and may include:Regular…Read More
 Alpha Lambda Delta – Freshman Honor Society Alpha Lambda Delta is a national society that honors academic excellence during a student’s first year in college. Founded as an honorary society for freshmen women at the University of Illinois in 1924, Alpha Lambda Delta became a national organization as chapters were established at Purdue University in…Read More