Find the learning support services you need to succeed through the Morton Family Learning Center at Dean College.
About Learning Support Services
We move mountains to help you get where you want to go. Through the Morton Family Learning Center, we offer a number of tutoring programs, learning support services, and our unique Arch Learning Community to help you build your academic skills and reach unimagined heights.
Thanks, in part, to a gift from John S. Morton III ’70, the Morton Family Learning Center works closely with students to promote a holistic educational experience. Located in the Green Family Library Learning Commons, the Morton Family Learning Center is a dynamic facility home to a dedicated staff, professional academic coaches, comfortable study spaces, state-of-the-art technology and advanced assistive learning technology tools to meet the needs of your individual learning style.
The Green Family Library Learning Commons is also home to the Theodore and Cynthia Berenson Center for Writing, Mathematics and Presentation Excellence, which provides students with access to peer, professional and faculty tutoring in a newly renovated, interactive space for supporting student success. Here, you'll find a quiet space to focus or work with tutors, meet with peers on group projects, practice individual and group presentations and much more. The Center also supports faculty as they collaborate with each other and with students to achieve the all-College learning goals. Thanks to the generosity of Theodore and Cynthia Berenson, you'll find the access, support and resources you need as you work towards fulfilling your academic goals.
More than 50% of students use academic support services
hours of academic support services are available per week
tutoring appointments are made every academic year