The Learning Effectiveness Program
The Learning Effectiveness program was founded in 1982 as an academic support program for University of Denver students with learning disabilities. Our mission is to support learning and neurodiversity by providing students opportunities and resources for personal growth, academic skill building, and connection.
Working under the Dean of Student's office in Student Affairs and Inclusive Excellence, The Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) has developed some of the most comprehensive and innovative support services provided at the post-secondary level. Our nationally recognized program serves over 350 students each year.
Find out more about the LEP
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Each day at the Learning Effectiveness program we work to put our mission into practice. Select this card to learn more about us, and to meet some of our dedicated staff.
The LEP offers a variety of academic services to help support students in their journey through college including executive functioning coaching and social skill support. Select this card to learn more.
Visit and Apply
The college selection process is exciting and complex! It is important to find a good fit for your academic and social needs. Select this card to learn more about visiting the Learning Effectiveness Program.