Office of Academic Assistance & Student Support Services

Empowering Students to Achieve Academic Success

Students may contact the Office Academic Assistance for help in further developing their academic skills. This includes such areas as study and note-taking skills, time management, test-taking skills, and other skills that help students succeed academically. Computer programs that help improve reading, writing, and math are available at minimal cost. Study skills videos are available. The Coordinator will help a student engage a tutor, but payment is the responsibility of the student.  Contact the Academic Assistance Coordinator at (479) 524-7401.

The Office of Academic Assistance administers the CLEPDANTES, and MAT and proctors tests for correspondence courses. For general information, fees, or to schedule an appointment, contact the Academic Assistance Coordinator.

Services for Students with Disabilities

It is the goal of John Brown University that all enrolled students be given equal opportunity to succeed in their quest for a higher education that is based upon our "Christ Over All" philosophy and that integrates the educational principles of "Head, Heart, and Hand." In accordance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the ADAA, John Brown University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to students who are disabled. The Director of Student Support Services works with students and instructors to arrange appropriate assistance in learning and physical access. Students having documented disabilities are encouraged to contact the director at (479) 524-7400 or (479) 524-7471, email, or to stop by the Office of Disability Services located in the Learning Resource Center (LRC), Room 148, on the Siloam Springs campus.


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