Welcome to the Learning Effectiveness Program!

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Founded in 1982, the Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) at the University of Denver (DU) has provided academic resources to DU students for almost 40 years! We offer individualized support for neurodiverse learners, students with diagnosed learning differences, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and students on the autism spectrum. The LEP is a student-directed program. This means that the student is expected to take the lead in using the resources and support available through the LEP.

How to Join LEP

3.06 Average GPA of LEP Students

360 Number of DU Students Enrolled in LEP

36% Percentage of Students Who Use LEP Until Graduation

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Future Students

We'll provide you with a roadmap that walks you through the steps to joining LEP and thriving at DU.

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Families

The LEP works with parents and families to help them find optimal levels of involvement and support, refining the role they play in their student's education.

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Current Students

Let's do this! Find out about all the resources the LEP provides and how to use them.

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Services for Every LEP Student

All the services listed below are included in the LEP membership and tailored to each individual student.

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