Other Campus Resources for Learning

Other Campus Resources for Learning

Academic Departments
Many academic department offer support for courses in their areas.  If tutoring or Supplemental Instruction (SI) is not available for a course you are currently enrolled in, we encourage you to speak with your instructor or visit the departmental office.  You can use the links below to find the contact information for individual departments.

Colleges of Arts and Sciences >>
School of Business Administration >>
School of Education and Health Sciences >>
School of Engineering >>

Counseling Center
The Counseling Center can provide you with personal and career counseling.  Services are free and confidential.
Learn more about the Counseling Center >>

Flyers First Office
The Flyers First  is available to guide you and your family toward obtaining the most positive experience possible at UD.
Learn more about the Office of Student Success >>

Office of Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) provides services that support learning through a variety of programs and services.
Learn more about the Office of Multicultural Affairs >>

Student Development
The Division of Student Development strives to foster both individual and community development.
Learn more about programs and services offered through Student Development >>

Write Place
Staffed by a talented pool of undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of disciplines, the Write Place can assist you at any stage of the writing process.
Learn more about the Write Place >>



Targeted Learning Services

Center for Academic Success, School of Business
The Center for Academic Success is an advising resource for all Business majors.
Learn more about the Center for Academic Success >>

Center for International Programs
The Center for International Programs (CIP) provides services which enhance intercultural education at the University of Dayton.
Learn more about CIP >>

Intensive English Program
The Intensive English Program (IEP) provides instruction in English grammar, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing.
Learn more about IEP >>

Law School – Academic Support
The Law School’s Academic Success Program (ASP) provides academic assistance to all law students.
Learn more about the ASP >>

Minority Engineering Program
Reach your full potential through the Minority Engineering Program (MEP). This integrated program creates an optimum learning environment and support for minority engineering students.
Learn more about MEP >>

Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes
The Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes (OASSA) coordinates services to enhance student-athletes’ education.
Learn more about OASSA >>

Veterans Services Office
Contact the Veterans Services Office for all matters related to veterans (Bonita Ramon in the Flyers First Office, St. Mary’s 411 | bramon1@udayton.edu | 937.229.4120).  More information to come on the Flyer First homepage.