At the core of each program is your academic experience — a series of courses, relationships with faculty and peers, and a rich and rewarding learning environment. We’ll walk you through all the administrative and logistical aspects of your program, freeing you up to focus on what’s most important: your studies.
We provide the following academic services:
Help with course registration and class schedule adjustments
Withdrawing from or postponing courses
Resource workshops and webinars related to academic success
Transcript evaluation and feedback
Online tutoring services
Commencement and graduation assistance
Test and College Preparation
We provide free courses to help you prepare for standardized exams like the CBEST and GMAT.
We provide the following holistic student support services:
In addition to your financial and academic needs, we also recognize you have a life outside of PLNU, one that needs to be balanced effectively with your schoolwork. That's why our Student Success Counselors provide access to several services to help you not only take the right steps in fulfilling your educational goals and advancing your career, but also living a well-rounded and meaningful life.
- Access to a personal Student Success Counselor to support you in creating a balanced life
- Help identifying and attaining personal and professional goals
- Career services
- Resource workshops and webinars related to student success
- Personal counseling services
- Spiritual counseling
- Specialized support for international, adult learner, veteran, and current military students
- Information about relevant PLNU campus and community events
You are not just another student; you are a unique and complex individual, one with a varied combination of gifts, experiences, talents, passions, and dreams. You have something only you can offer the world — and the world needs you, too.
Disability Resource Center - Mission Valley
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is the point of contact for PLNU undergraduate students and Mission Valley campus students to provide reasonable accommodations so otherwise qualified students with disabilities may, as independently as possible, meet the demands of university life.
The DRC provides academic and non-academic accommodations to students with official diagnoses (i.e., learning, physical, dietary, psychological, etc.).