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Supports

 

MENTORS

Mentors are the first and most intensive level of support for Aggies Elevated students. Mentors are upper-division or graduate students from a variety of disciplines who share a common passion…

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RESIDENCE HALL STAFF

Resident assistants (RAs) and resident hall directors (RHDs) provide guidance to students as they navigate interpersonal relationships and living with roommates. All Aggies Elevated students are required live in campus…

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COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS)

The transition to college can be difficult. Students routinely encounter such stressors as homesickness, mountains of homework, or personality conflicts with roommates. All Aggies Elevated students complete an intake appointment…

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TUTORS & STUDY GROUPS

Service-learning volunteers from the Department of Communicative Disorders & Deaf Education (COM-D) lead mandatory study groups that are specific to each class in which Aggies Elevated students are enrolled. AE…

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ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Assistive technology is any device (low or high tech) that assists a person with a disability with the activities of daily living. Many Aggies Elevated students utilize high-tech devices and…

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INDEPENDENT SKILLS PRACTICE

Volunteers from several USU service-learning classes provide weekly independent skills practice sessions, which include everything from navigating the free Cache Valley Transit District bus system to meal planning and grocery…

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DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER (DRC)

In high school, accommodations are a part of a student’s Individualized Education Plan. In college, students must request accommodations from the Disability Resource Center, and it is the student’s responsibility…

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