Instructional Services provides academic resources to assist students to achieve their educational goals. It creates a foundation for the curriculum by using the college’s teaching, learning, and assessment processes to build a bridge between a student’s abilities and coursework demands. Independent learning is promoted by assisting students to develop strategies and processes transferable to multiple contexts.
Classes in quantitative literacy, communication, and English as a second language provide a foundation for success in the curriculum. Students can access further support during their academic careers through the Communication Resource Center and the Daniel M. Soref Math & Science Resource Center, as well as through peer and instructor tutoring, course-based study groups, and workshops. Support services and accommodations for students with disabilities are also available. Students access these resources based on self-referral or referral from their advisor or instructors.
Access for Students with Disabilities
Alverno College makes every effort to provide accessible facilities and programs for individuals with disabilities. For accommodations/services, please contact the Student Accessibility Coordinator at 414-382-6026.