Academic Services Center

The Academic Services Center, located in the Library, provides a one-stop-shop for the following services:

We’re Here to Help

Contact us at the email addresses and phone numbers below.

Academic Services Staff

Kimberly LaBoone, Ph.D., Director, Academic Services Center

Dr. LaBoone oversees academic support functions including peer tutoring and individual or group programs designed to help students improve their academic skills (studying, time management, test taking, note taking, etc.). She also manages certain institutional assessments such as the Accuplacer, institutional language testing, and make up exams.  202.884.9360 | Office location: LIB 104



Kimberly McManus, EdD, Director, Disability Support Services

Dr. McManus is responsible for providing academic accommodations to students who have documented disabilities and who self-identify as needing services. Dr. McManus also advises faculty and staff on best practices for students with disabilities in higher education as well as facilitates conversations between faculty/staff and students to help students fully access campus programs, services and facilities.  202.884.9358 | Office location: Main 212


Career Services Staff | 202-884-9363 | Office location: Library 103

Soulyka Agana-Woodbine, LMSW, Director, Career Development and Preparation

Career Services  provides assistance to students in all aspects of career planning, career development, and internship/job attainment. The staff helps to provide the necessary tools and resources that meet the individual career and educational goals of Trinity students. | 202.884.9367



Elva Lovoz, Career Services Coordinator | 202.884.9366

Elva Lovoz assists with planning Trinity’s career workshops, employer information tabling, coordinates public relations between students and career services by creating flyers and newsletters as well as providing administrative support to the Director of Career Development and Preparation. Additionally, outside of work, Elva is an artist. She shares her creative and artistic talents to mentor and advise students.