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Learning Effectiveness Program

New Student and Family Orientation

Parent Resources

LEP respects and appreciates parents' roles in their student's lives. We recognize that the transition of their young adult child entering college can be challenging. LEP supports parents by building a trusting relationship, while keeping students at the center of everything we do.

While valuing open communication, trust and respect in our relationships with parents, we consider confidentiality and trust between counselors and students to be of utmost importance. We encourage parents to seek information from their student, and we encourage students to communicate with their parents on a regular basis.

Below are some other links to resources you'll find useful on and off-campus.

University Resources

Parent & Family Relations

  • The Office of Parent & Family Relations partners with parents and families in supporting the student experience at DU by facilitating communication and acting as liaisons between the University and family members.

Students with Disabilities

  • The Disability Services Program facilitates delivery of basic accommodations to undergraduate and graduate students with documented disabilities, which may include test accommodations, alternate format texts & materials, note takers, sign language/oral interpreters, or referrals to other services and programs.

Health & Counseling Center (HCC)

  • The Health & Counseling Center is an on-campus facility that provides a wide range of on-site medical and mental health services. Physicians, nurses, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other professionals staff the HCC. All students enrolled for academic credit (full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate) may use the HCC.

Students of Concern

  • Visit Pioneers CARE for advice or to submit a report if you have concerns about a student's academic or social behavior or well-being.
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