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Learning Support

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Transcript of Learning Support

Humanities
Math
Arts
Sciences
Social Sciences
Writing
Business
Education &
Health Sciences

Engineering
Law
Free writing consultations available to all UD students.
No appointment necessary. 2nd floor of Roesch Library.
M-TH 10am – 8pm, F 10am – 1pm, Sun 4–8pm
go.udayton.edu/writeplace writeplace@udayton.edu

Chinese Language Facilitators available on designated days.
Contact Write Place for info.
Residence Life
Multicultural Affairs
Roesch Library
Learning Resources
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Meet with disability specialists for individual consultations, disability management, and services including academic and testing accommodations, alternative format materials, and assistive technology with training.
UDI 175
THE ART & SCIENCE OF LEARNING

Explore the intersection of research in neuroscience, psychology, and educational psychology with your own experience of and needs in learning in this 2 credit, fallsemester course. Contact OLR to learn more.
ACADEMIC RENEWAL COURSE
& COACHING PROGRAM (ARCC)

Take a 1 credit course combining classroom work on learning and study skills with academic coaching. Available fall and spring
semesters. Look at Learning and Study Skills on the OLR web site to learn more.
Web: go.udayton.edu/learning | Phone: 937.229.2066 | TTY 937.229.2059 for deaf/HOH
General email: learningservices@udayton.edu
Disability email: disabilityservices@udayton.edu
ACADEMIC COACHING AND CONSULTATIONS

Meet with a member of our staff to discuss goals,
motivation, and study skills. Obtain referrals to campus and community resources.
Student Athletes
Career Services
Student Success and
Parent Engagement
Counseling Center
Health Center
Academic Success Specialists work
directly with multicultural and other students to provide academic, cultural,
and social support.

College of Arts & Sciences:
Aaron Witherspoon
(M-F 8:30 am–4:30 pm Alumni Hall 106)

School of Business Administration:
Ieesha Ramsey
(M-F 8:30 am–4:30 pm Miriam Hall 211)
Academic support services, located in the Frericks and Cronin Centers, are provided to student-athletes representing the University of Dayton on 17 teams in accordance with NCAA and Conference guidelines.
Space is available in renovated residence halls for tutoring (sponsored by the Office of Learning Resources), individual consultations (Office of Student Success and Parent Engagement), individual or group study and discussion.
The layout of this site mimics Michaelangelo's design for the inside of the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica. Zoom in to the center of the main circle to see a photo of the dome.
Web: oma.udayton.edu | Phone: 937.229.3634
OMA Study Tables meet Wed 6:00 pm–10:00 pm in Alumni Hall 1F South. Students identify objectives and work in groups or individually
to complete their objectives before they leave. General walk-in tutoring, writing consultations, and tutoring by faculty in Math and Physics
are available.

Individual & group study space is available
M–F 8:30-4:30 in Alumni Hall 1F South.
Evening, weekend access can be requested
Email: success@udayton.edu | Phone: 937.229.8864 (option 1, then option 7)

Whether it's strategies for getting involved, learning study skills or trying to adjust to your environment, we'll work with you to put together a plan for success. Individual consultations and referrals are provided by professional and student staff.
Web: udayton.edu/careerservices | Phone: 937.229.2045
Career advisors meet with students & alumni for all aspects of individual career (major/job/internship) assistance. Appointments are in Alumni House (208 L Street) and at satellite locations around campus.
M-F 8:30 am–5:30 pm | Web: udayton.edu/studev/healthcenter Phone: 937.229.3131 | Web portal: myhealth.udayton.edu
Medical professionals at the UD Health Center
are available for: Medical care for diagnoses
that interfere with full learning potential- Individual consultation for possible Medical
Leave of Absence- Referrals to the Counseling Center for vocation testing
M-F 8:30 am–4:30 pm | Web: go.udayton.edu/counselingcenter | Phone: 937.229.3141
TEST ANXIETY WORKSHOPS

Learn techniques to overcome extreme test anxiety in this small group workshop. Check with the Counseling Center for exact dates and times.
Web: www.udayton.edu/libraries | Phone: 937.229.4270 | Email: ref@udayton.edu
Hours: Visit udyton.edu/libraries/hours.php
Have questions? We're only a phone call (or email, chat, text...) away.
http://www.udayton.edu/libraries/#3
Individual help at the Research Help Desk & the Information Desk
How to navigate this site :
Graduate Student
Services

LEARNING SUPPORT GUIDE for Spring 2014
Zoom in by clicking on the area you want to see.
Or scroll in with your mouse wheel.
Zoom out by clicking in the surrounding area.
Or scroll out with your mouse wheel.
Or click on the Home button to the right of your screen.
Move around by clicking and dragging with your mouse.

HOW TO FIND LEARNING SUPPORT
You can visit the libraries online, but being here is an experience.
http://www.udayton.edu/libraries/#5
Link to learning support information in text/table format:
Look for support for a specific course or discipline in the blue circle.
Remember that your instructor may be the best source of support.
Look for other kinds of support in the small orange circles.
If these resources aren't helping, contact your academic advisor.
Check this site regularly to see what has changed.

http://www.udayton.edu/ltc/learningresources/about/learning_support_guide.php
Individual help is available at the Research Help Deak and the Information Desk.
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