Assistive Technology

  • Assistive Technology for All Students

    Assistive Technology

    Assistive technology refers to the technology used to promote greater independence among students by helping them perform tasks that they were previously unable to perform or that they had difficulty performing. Technology is changing constantly, better programs are being developed to help students learn and explore more than they ever could. Dean College strives to use only the most turnkey solutions in order for our students to stay ahead. 

    Technology, combined with allowing students to focus on their individual strengths, is a proven, highly effective approach to promoting improved learning and is an approach that is embraced and promoted at our Morton Family Learning Center.

    Assistive Technology Available to Dean Students

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    The Morton Family Learning Center provides students with 47 academic coaches, 30 peer tutors that can help in over 15 subjects. And over 850 hours of academic support each week.
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    96 percent of our bachelor's degree students are employed or enrolled in a graduate school within 12 months of graduation.