After acceptance to the university, students wishing to enroll in the Institute for Achievement and Learning (IAL) must also submit:
- A current (within three years) psychoeducational testing (such as WISC/WAIS) or educational testing (such as the Woodcock Johnson – WJ). (All testing is housed confidentially by the Institute for Achievement and Learning.)
The Institute for Achievement and Learning offers students with learning differences an extraordinary opportunity to succeed at the college level. The menu of academic support services provides motivated students with learning differences additional academic support while promoting independent learning and academic achievement as students work toward completing a university degree.
For additional information regarding the Institute for Achievement and Learning, please refer to Academic Support Services.