Need a helping hand? Struggling with a math concept? Having a problem organizing a paper? Is an exam looming and you're afraid you're not quite ready?
The Dwyer Learning Center is here to help. The Dwyer Learning Center has tutoring provided by the director, adjunct English faculty, graduate assistants and peer tutors. From the director to the peer tutors, we are here to help you get on track and keep on track to succeed in all your classes.
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Director Jeanne Christian can help you develop study skills and is experienced in math and science tutoring. Peer tutors are upper class students who have achieved "A's" in their courses and have been recommended by their professors. Many of them are also education majors with training in teaching techniques. They are familiar with the coursework and can help answer questions on your assignments and course requirements.
Want to become part of a study group? You will often find fellow students to work with; and you'll always be welcomed no matter how large or small your problem. There is no charge to you. The Dwyer Learning Center provides free educational support to all Notre Dame students to help them achieve academic success.
Guidelines for requesting Accommodations Based on Documented Disability or medical Condition
About academic accommodations: Students with documented learning disabilities who enroll at Notre Dame College have many services available to make attaining a college education possible. They may choose basic 504 services for free, or they may choose a structured, fee-based package of services that go beyond basic accommodations.
Notre Dame College strives to make instructional programs accessible to all people and to provide reasonable accommodations according to the law.
Students are responsible to self identify their need for accommodations and to provide relevant and up to date documentation of a specific disability or medical condition from a qualified professional in order to receive services.
In order to receive academic accommodations, please contact the Dwyer Learning Center. This must be done prior to the start of the semester, or as early in the semester as possible, for the evaluation and implementation of services.
Please direct any questions to Jeanne Marie Christian, Director Dwyer Learning Center.
*Special Note*: Students who are members of the Academic Support Center for Students with Learning Differences should contact Gretchen Walsh, Director of the ASC, to arrange for accommodations.
Students seeking physical accommodations should contact Brian Emerson, Dean of Student Affairs for assistance. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 216.373.5177
Where To Find Us
The center is located on the second floor of the Administration Building in room 205. It is open each day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Stop in or call Jeanne Christian at 216.373.5359 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
During the academic year, peer tutors are available most evenings until 9 p.m. Their schedules and individual hours vary by semester. Schedules are posted in the center, on the campus.ndc website or available by calling 216.373.5359.
About the Staff
Jeanne serves as the director of the Dwyer Learning Center. She also is an adjunct instructor for the MA100/110 classes.
Jeanne is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Nuclear Medicine, Myers University with a degree in health care management, and Ursuline College with a Master’s in Educational Administration. In addition to 13 years in the health care industry, Jeanne has 10 years experience in higher education working primarily in the remediation/developmental education area.
Adjunct English faculty tutors teach the English 100/110 classes and vary by semester and are located in the writing lab room 208.