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We're delighted to announce a new career services opportunity for all students. Cat Careers offers Careerbeam, a portal that gives you 24/7 online access to assessment tools, search strategies, research databases, and resume and cover letter resources.
Cat Connections can connect current students looking for career information, with alumni. This is an opportunity to learn more about a particular career, geographic area, etc. without having to dive into it head first!
These are all free for current students and alumni, easy to use, and filled with great information. Find a Cat Career for yourself! Here's the link.
Linfield students are eligible for the medical insurance plan offered by the Aetna Insurance Co for Linfield students. Please click here for detailed information.
Students with documented disabilities requiring classroom accommodation should register with Learning Support services within the first two weeks of each semester, or the fist two days of January Term. When necessary, students with documented learning disabilities may petition the Academic Support Committee for substitution of courses required for graduation. This process is not automatic, nor is it always deemed appropriate. Students who intend to make such a request must notify both Cheri White, the Assistant Director of Learning Support Services, and John Gallagher, the Associate Registrar for DCE, no later than the completion of 45 credits. Complete documentation including the diagnosis of the student's condition and its attendant educational implications must be filed with the Director of Learning Support Services prior to the request. You may access the Learning Support Services' website here.
As a Linfield College student who is registered for classes in the Adult Degree Program, you have access to online tutoring services at no additional charge. Linfield is a member of the Western eTutoring Consortium, a group of colleges, each providing experienced academic tutors who work with students online to help you improve your performance in your courses.
If you need tutoring help in Accounting (Principles of Accounting and Intermediate Accounting), Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Math (Intermediate Algebra, Intro to Finite Math and Calculus), Microsoft Office, Physics, Psychology, Spanish, Statistics and/or Writing, please go to:
As a participant in Western eTutoring, you have access to:
Read Linfield Adult Degree Program Writing Tutor Virginia MacCallum's blog article on etutoring.
Linfield College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. More information may be found here.