Learning Services

  • Dean College Provides Unparalleled Learning Support Services

    Learning ServicesLocated in the Green Family Library Learning Commons, the Morton Family Learning Center works closely with each student to promote a holistic educational experience. The goal of the Center is to encourage scholastic persistence, instill a heightened sense of responsibility and academic confidence, and develop lifelong learning skills for all students.

    The Morton Family Learning Center is a dynamic facility that is home to a dedicated staff of professional academic coaches and tutors, comfortable study spaces, state-of-the-art technology, interchangeable workstations wired for laptop use, and advanced assistive learning technology tools to meet the needs of students' individual learning styles. The faculty directed Writing Center and Math Center are also a critical component of the Morton Family Learning Center.

    If you have any questions or would like more information, you may contact Julie LeBlanc, Director of the Morton Family Learning Center.

    Learn more about the specific learning support services that Dean has to offer by clicking the buttons below:

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  • Important 2014 Dates

    Wed., Mar. 19th – Arch Interview Day

    Fri., Mar. 21 – Arch Interview Day/Discover Dean Day

    Fri., Apr. 25th – Arch Interview Day/Accepted Student Day

  • Julie LeBlanc

    Director of the Morton Family Learning Center & Arch Learning Community


    Julie LeBlanc's first job was at Dean -- in the bookstore at 14 years old. She earned an A.A. in Liberal Studies from Dean and continued on to earn a B.A. & Master's degree elsewhere. Julie has held many jobs across the Dean campus, as well as being a licensed psychologist.

    Favorite Course Taken: "Adolescent Psychology- it is what hooked me in to wanting a job working with teenagers and young adults."

    Who was your Academic Mentor? "My Father. He had tremendous patience with his students. He taught me the value of understanding each student individually and finding creative ways to help students learn."

    What does The Dean Difference mean to you? "The Dean Difference is when you have the privilege of witnessing a Dean student achieve more than you or they believe was actually possible."