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Office of

Learning Enrichment & Disability Services

Enabling all students to thrive academically by providing academic support, tutoring, and disability services. 

Need a refresher on calculating derivatives or conjugating Spanish verbs?  Having trouble keeping track of class notes and assignments?  Free peer tutoring in a variety of subjects is available as individualized or evening drop-in sessions in the library.  You can also strengthen your skills and learn strategies and techniques to be a better student through free organizational tutoring by appointment or using the drop-in hours.

Students with disabilities are supported in their academic growth by providing accommodations to support their college experience.  Additionally, LEADS staff work to create and sustain a successful campus community of inclusive excellence that embraces everyone, recognizing that each of us experiences the world in fundamentally different ways. 

If you’re interested in helping your fellow students by becoming a Learning Assistant, Accessibility Assistant, or a tutor, we would love to hear from you.

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Lesly Davis’90 at Indiana University Global Alumni reunion in Beijing.

Encouraging International Education & Social Justice

With numerous experiences abroad under her belt, Lesley Davis’90–a creative writing and French major–has developed and led internationally-based programs for future students to learn abroad.


How To Manage Your Time with Online Classes

Plan Ahead, Set Up a Study Space, Ask for Help, Reward Yourself.


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