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Student Support

Formally known as the Center of Academic Success and Enrichment (CASE)

A peer tutor helps a student

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) aims to assist DMU students with a broad range of student academic services and programs designed to help learners achieve their academic and personal goals. Students will be provided with individual and group opportunities needed to become successful, active learners. CTL strives to assist students in developing independent learning techniques that will contribute to their academic success and life-long learning skills.

Schedule an appointment with CTL by emailing ctl@dmu.edu.

Academic Services Offered

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) strives to assist students in developing independent learning techniques, and improve their learning and test taking  skills one on one consultations can be scheduled to address any of the following areas:

  • Study strategies and test taking skills
  • Time management regarding academic planning and organization
  • Supplemental resources
  • Board/Certification preparation

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To help support student success, the peer tutoring program is free and open to all DMU students. Striving to help students individually or in small group settings, peer tutors aim to help identify strategies, tips, and resources that may improve learning, comprehension, and confidence for students in particular areas of study. The peer tutoring program may be used by students who:

  • are struggling academically
  • may have been out of school for a while
  • previously may have never had to study but who are finding they need to learn some strategies now
  • are doing okay but want to improve
  • are doing well and want to challenge themselves to attain a higher level of performance

Learn more about Peer Tutoring

The University complies with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, the Iowa Civil Rights Act, and other laws relating to the accommodations of disabilities in its educational programming. Learn more about Accommodations at DMU
Multicultural Affairs As students at DMU, you will have many ways and experiences to gain skill sets that will enhance and contribute to your personal and professional development. Part of that  development is to become culturally competent. It is important to recognize that becoming culturally competent is an ongoing process. We will challenge you to examine your own cultural biases and stereotypes in your educational journey here. The end result will equip and empower you to be a part of a global health care system that responds appropriately to and is inclusive in delivering positive health outcomes for a multicultural society.
Student Counseling Center The Student Counseling Center helps students meet the personal challenges associated with identifying and accomplishing academic, career and life goals.
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