By enrolling at California Lutheran University, you become part of an ongoing, vital experience which is the life of the University. You will leave your mark on the University as you seek to find your niche in the academic, social, and spiritual life of the campus and, later, the world. How you grow and develop will depend for the most part on your desire and willingness to be involved. We are excited about the outcome of this adventure!
Center for Academic and Accessibility Resources (CAAR)
Located in the Pederson Administration building, CAAR serves as an academic resource to students and faculty at CLU. Services are designed to provide assistance for all who want to maximize their academic achievement, and include the following: individual consultations with academic counselors; student success workshops on various topics; referrals to on-campus tutoring centers; Foreign Language Placement Exams (LPE) and College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) testing; proactive and developmental advising for all conditionally admitted and probationary students under the STAR (Students Taking Academic Responsibility) Program; facilitation and distribution of Academic Difficulty Notices that monitor students’ progress in his/her classes; and accessibility resources for students with disabilities. More services are available through the center.