The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is a resource that provides support for, and works with, students who have disabilities. In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973), the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990), and Connecticut State Laws, reasonable accommodations are provided to qualified students who choose to disclose their disability.
When you need help improving your study habits, conquering your math anxiety, increasing your reading efficiency or developing your writing skills, our door is open to everyone in the Albertus Magnus community.
Good as you are, you can always benefit from additional support for your academic work. The Academic Development Center helps you strengthen your math performance, become a more effective reader or improve your critical thinking skills. Our staff focuses on your individual success.
Remember, we’re here for you. Services available from the Academic Development Center are included in your annual tuition.
The College will be guided by the standard of documentation prescribed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 to provide reasonable accommodations with regard to housing for students with disabilities.
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If you need special learning accommodations, contact:
Professor Deborah Frattini, Director
Aquinas Hall, Room 314