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Academic Assistance

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CDHP coordinates with many departments on campus to connect students enrolled in services to additional resources that they may need in their pursuit to become a healthcare professional. These resources can provide tangible benefits to your educational experience because they ease stress, improve quality of campus life, enhance health and wellbeing, improve your GPA, or teach valuable skillsets that make you a stronger student. Utilizing them can help you get through challenges and grow as an individual and thrive.

  • Learning Enhancement & Academic Development

    The Learning Enhancement and Academic Development (LEAD) program provides supportive education and well-being services to the WesternU community to foster and promote the university’s humanistic values and tradition. Students can contact LEAD for the following services:

    • One-on-one academic counseling: 50-minute counseling sessions and academic writing support are available to all students free of charge and are completely confidential.
    • Tutorial Assistance Program (TAP): TAP services are peer-based, small group content review sessions. To receive TAP support, students must meet with a LEAD counselor first and then request a tutor. LEAD tutors are current students and alumni who have successfully completed the coursework you are requesting tutoring sessions for.
    • Summer Preparedness and Readiness Course (SPARC): SPARC is a multi-week program designed to prepare incoming students for the rigors of their chosen program. SPARC provides students with an introduction to applicable courses, skills, and competencies in an interprofessional healthcare setting while easing their transition to a professional graduate program.
    • Wellbeing: LEAD believes your wellbeing is important. Sessions weave in aspects of wellbeing from four domains (mind, body, social, self).
    • Workshops: LEAD workshops and presentations are available at the request of the University and College programs. The workshops available can be tailored to meet student and faculty needs.

    Pomona Location
    Pumerantz Learning Center (PLC)
    1st floor, Room 102

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM

    Phone: (909) 469-5325

    Website

    COMP-Northwest Location
    200 Mullins Drive

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM

    Phone: (541) 259-0226

    Website

  • Office for International Students and Scholars

    The Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) provides a welcoming environment which recognizes and values cultural differences. OISS assists international students and applicants with:

    • I-20 Visa
    • F-1 Student Transfer
    • Maintaining immigration status
    • Employment overview

    Location
    390 E. Second Street, Room 109H
    Pomona, CA 91766

    Hours of Operation
    On Campus, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 8 AM to 5 PM
    Remote, Tuesdays, 8 AM to 5 PM

    Phone: (909) 469-5642

    Website

  • Office of Information Technology

    The Office of Information Technology’s (IT) Help Desk provides technical assistance to students, staff, and faculty by phone or email request. IT maintains high speed, high volume black and white and color printers in the student commons, the library, and select classrooms for use by university students and employees. There is a printing fee.

    Pomona Location
    In-Person Support
    Available by Scheduled Appointment
    Daumier, DOC Room 137

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM

    Phone: (909) 469-5432

    Website

    COMP-Northwest Location
    In-Person Support
    Available by Scheduled Appointment
    COMP-NW, Room 108

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM

    Phone: (541) 259-0321

    Website

  • Office of the Registrar

    The Office of the Registrar guards the integrity, confidentiality, and security of educational records in a manner consistent with ethical and legal standards, helps students to schedule and register for classes, ensures student’s academic performance meets graduation requirements, processes grades, and prepares transcripts and diplomas.

    Location
    390 E. Second Street, 2nd floor
    Pomona, CA 91766

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Thursday 8 AM to 5 PM
    Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM (Remote)

    Phone: (909) 469-5491

    Website

  • Office of University Student Affairs

    The Office of University Student Affairs (USA) serves the WesternU community through co-curricular activities, behavioral support services, student services and benefits, and academic events.​

    Pomona Location
    Student Services Center (SSC)
    Room 101

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM to 5 PM

    Phone: (909) 469-5340

    Website

    COMP-Northwest Location
    Student Affairs Office
    Room 246

    Hours of Operation
    Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM

    Phone (541) 259-0209

    Website