Academic Support Services / Center for Teaching and Learning

The Student Academic Support Center stimulates student success through a variety of student-staffed programs and services including the Writing Center, Peer Tutoring Center and Supplemental Instruction. All services provide academic support to students and promote lifelong learning practices. Student employees regularly engage in professional development training designed to help them excel in guiding their peers toward academic success. They work closely with faculty and staff to ensure the support they are providing is of highest quality.


A dedicated staff of student tutors provide assistance to their peers as they study and learn course material and develop skills that contribute to their success. Tutoring is available free of charge on a walk-in basis.

Peer Tutoring Lab: We offer tutoring in a variety of subjects in our lab located on the 1st floor of Dickey Hall. View the schedule for this semester on Schreiner One under the student tab in the tutoring section.

Writing Center

Writing Center student staff members help their peers become better writers. Students discuss ideas, present papers and improve their writing skills. Tutors approach writing as a process and help students at any stage in that process whether they are struggling to articulate an idea or are polishing a final draft. The Writing Center empowers students to learn in a peer to peer and collaborative environment.

Walk-in appointments are welcome upon availability of the tutors.


Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic assistance program that targets historically difficult (barrier) courses to provide students with resources to help them succeed. SI student leaders attend class lectures and then lead ongoing study sessions for students in the course. Attending SI study sessions is voluntary and provided free of charge to all students in SI designated courses. Join the SI Team

Students can find information on how to access any of the following academic support services through the “Tutoring: Student” site on their Canvas dashboard.

  • Peer Academic Success Support
  • Tutoring
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Success Coaching
  • Writing Center

Primary Contact: Amanda Thomson, 830-792-7414 |

Learning Support Services and Section 504

The learning support services office supports LSS and Section 504 students.

Testing Accommodations

LSS students and Section 504 students who have been approved for extended time on exams remain eligible for double time on all on-line tests and quizzes. PLEASE WORK DIRECTLY WITH YOUR INSTRUCTOR to request additional time. Be sure contact our office if you run into any problems.

LSS Tutoring

All LSS tutors will be moving to online sessions utilizing the following platforms: Email, ZOOM, SKYPE, Messenger Video, or Face Time. Please be patient as we work on training our personnel and securing equipment necessary to utilize these technologies. Tutors have been asked to contact each of their students. Tutors and tutees may wish to work from their original weekly schedules or revise in order to accommodate student requests or needs. Face-to-Face sessions will not be available for the remainder of the semester.

Financial Services and Financial Aid

Our Financial Services team will be delighted to walk you through the process and are likely to present you with resources you didn’t know were available to you.

Health Services

Our Vision is to hold student health as a priority by providing comprehensive health care to educate, support and encourage students how to achieve a lifetime of optimum health and total wellness encompassing body, mind and spirit.

Our Mission is to provide the Schreiner University community with personal and confidential quality health care in a caring and engaging environment, and to encourage healthier lifestyle choices through health and wellness education, programming and services.

Our Goal is for each student to achieve maximum academic success by achieving and maintaining maximum mental and physical health.

Library Services

Logan Library offers academic resources and research assistance to students.

Students have access to full-text scholarly articles through our databases and nearly 200,000 academic eBooks through our eBook collection available from our website at Students also may borrow digital resources from other institutions through our interlibrary loan service. Additionally, 24/7 research assistance is available through our AskAcademic chat service which is accessible via the Library’s website.

Any questions regarding textbook deliveries, returns or access to digital resources for courses should also be directed to library staff via email at

Ongoing Technical Support

Students in need of technical assistance can contact the following:

Student issues with Canvas:
Canvas Support: Student Support (1-833-564-3147), support is also available within every Canvas course page by clicking on Help.

Student technical issues with access, passwords or other challenges:
Schreiner Technology Help Desk: 830-792-7344 or

Career Development

Students can contact Career Development for help finding jobs and internships. Appointments can be arranged on Handshake by clicking on the career Center tab and then on Appointments.

Handshake – Find jobs and internships:

Center for Print and Digital Production

The Center for Print and Digital Production offers consultations for both creative and digital assignments, with technical support through phone, skype or email. The CPDP can be reached at 830-792-7314 or

Dean of Academic Support & Student Outcomes

Dr. William Woods

Dean of Faculty

Dr. William Davis

Developer of Health Professionals

Dr. Diana Comuzzie