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Lynn University’s Institute for Achievement and Learning offers a full menu of services individualized to students with learning differences:

The Institute for Achievement and Learning is committed to the idea that each learner has a unique set of strengths and weaknesses and is dedicated to helping those individuals achieve their academic goals by maximizing the use of their strengths and minimizing the impact of their weaknesses. The Institute strives to help students understand their learning competencies and develop during their time at the university. The goal of the Institute is to make students lifelong learners with the ability to utilize their newly acquired skills to meet the challenges that await them after they complete their education.

The Institute’s current model incorporates cognitive instructional strategies that overlay services including group and/or individual tutoring, specialized learning communities and group activities. Students are not only assisted in understanding specific course content but also, in each instance, strategies for planning, organizing and implementing their studies. In line with the Institute’s mission, each component of the support model is assessed regularly to ensure efficiency.

The school is also listed as “friendly” to students with ASD’s by Inside College.

School-sponsored program: Yes

Mentoring: Peer Advisors

Counseling: through other campus resources

Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: No

Academic Support: Yes

Application Required: unclear

Extra Fee: unclear

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