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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has announced a "Stay at Home" order issued by the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment. Most University of Denver staff, including the Learning Effectiveness Program staff, will be working from home until further notice. All LEP meetings with students will take place remotely for Spring Quarter 2020.

In order to allow our students to continue to receive the support that is necessary for success, we encourage students to coordinate with their individual LEP Academic Counselors to arrange virtual meetings via Zoom, an online video conferencing tool. 

Similarly, all tutoring will be provided via Zoom for the immediate future.  

As always, students are our priority and the LEP staff is committed to providing students with the high level of support they are accustomed to receiving during this unique situation.

Please contact the LEP via email at [email protected] for additional help or questions.

The LeP

  

The Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) at the University of Denver provides individualized support for neuro diverse learners with Specific Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), students on the Autism Spectrum, and/or students who have a history of learning differences.

LEP academic services

  • Weekly one-on-one academic counseling
  • Subject specific tutoring
  • Executive functioning support services including organization and time management skill building
  • Social skill building resources
  • Peer mentoring
  • Journey to Empowerment through Transition (JETT), our pre-orientation weekend for LEP students
  • Eye-to-Eye, a national mentoring program that provides the opportunity for our students to mentor elementary- and middle-school aged students with learning differences
  • Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society - academic honor society for students with disabilities