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There are many resources available to help students choose a major. Visit the Undecided? page on this website for information.
Linfield offers a variety of clubs and organizations in which you can get involved. Review the ASLC (Associated Students of Linfield College) Handbook (available from Student Affairs) or look at the ASLC web pages to learn what is happening on campus.
Roommate problems can often be resolved if the people involved can discuss the matter. If this is unsuccessful, contact your Resident Advisor or, in the alternative, make an appointment in the counseling center. There are counselors available who are specially trained in conflict resolution.
The Office of Learning Support Services offers many services to help students with time management, note taking and test taking strategies. Tutoring for specific courses is also available. For more information, visit Learning Support Services.
Yes. Credit earned at another accredited institution can be transferred to Linfield and applied toward a student’s academic program. Students wishing to take classes at another school may obtain pre-approval for such work by completing the Approval for Study at a Domestic Institution Outside Linfield College form (available from the Registrar’s office).
Students are welcome to change advisors at any time, however once a major has been chosen, the advisor must be in that department. Change of advisor requires signatures from the old and new advisor. Students uncertain about the choice of a new advisor should ask for assistance from the Office of Academic Advising.
It is not required to declare an advisor in each of your majors, though you must have a faculty advisor in the department of one of your majors. However, you are strongly encouraged to consult faculty members in each of your majors.