The Koenigsberger Learning Center (KLC), within the Carol Grotnes Belk Library, houses three student support programs: academic advising, learning assistance, and disabilities resources.
Academic Advising and Planning
Academic Advising at Elon seeks to create a purposeful, learner-centered environment that supports students’ academic development. Through general advising for undecided students, supplemental advising and campus referrals, a team of five academic advisors assists students with major exploration, academic planning and decision making, and possible options for co-curricular engagement. The office also assists students with monitoring their progress towards graduation.
Learning assistance works collaboratively with faculty to allocate tutors in creative and effective ways to meet both instructional demands of the classroom as well as the tutoring needs of students. Competent peer tutors help students identity course-specific problems, establish procedures to address those problems and provide useful, immediate feedback concerning their progress. Learning assistance plans to expand academic support beyond peer tutors to include study groups, supplemental instruction, and a variety of student success workshops. A schedule of available tutors is created and posted online at the beginning of the fall and spring terms.
Elon University is committed to providing appropriate accommodations to qualified students with disabilities to facilitate their access to university programs, facilities and curricula. Faculty, staff, administrators and students work together to find approaches and accommodations that enable students to benefit from the variety of programs and activities on campus. Students with disabilities who are seeking accommodations should register with the Disabilities Resources Office.