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The Ombuds Office is a confidential, impartial, and informal place where members of the Lewis & Clark community can talk about their concerns and look for solutions.
The Office of Student Transitions and Experiences offers resources to students so they can successfully become part of the Lewis & Clark community.
Student conduct policies at Lewis & Clark College exist to educate and promote personal responsibility in our students.
esearch suggests that students who live on campus are more likely to graduate, get better grades, and have better social skills than their counterparts who live off campus.
Bon Appétit’s on-campus program has been designed to be flexible to meet the needs of each student.
The Lewis & Clark Bookstore is an institutionally operated store that stocks all of your student’s required and recommended textbooks.
Although it is not an official U.S. Post Office, Mail Services provides many of the same services.
The College Outdoors Program organizes weekly trips and offers instruction in a variety of wilderness activities.
As part of our commitment to health and wellness in a challenging academic environment, Lewis & Clark offers a full complement of athletic facilities that students can use recreationally.
Religious/spiritual opportunities are offered through the Office of the Dean of the Chapel, at various local religious centers, and by student groups.
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