Academic Support Services
Whether you're attending classes on campus or online through our Global Campus, DU has the support systems you need!
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Support of an academic advisor to aid in their academic pursuits
Full details of Davenport's Attendance Practice
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Visit us in the Center for Learning & Engagement or connect with us via phone at 616-554-5095. Campus Life is made up of many departments:
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Concerned about your course? If there is a concern with your instructor or your course that needs to be addressed, and you have been unsuccessful in resolving the issue with your instructor which is the first step in the process, please fill out a course concern form.
|Course evaluations are extremely important. They help Davenport faculty and staff review course workload, materials and outcomes to assess needed revisions. Evaluation feedback is also used to evaluate course instructors and assist in improving skills and teaching methods.
The purpose of the Final Grade Appeal process is to provide students with a process to appeal their Final Grade. The Final Grade Appeal process should be used only when the student believes that the final course grade assigned is incorrect.
Global Campus Consists of On-demand and Livestream classes.
If faced with an emergency such as a severe illness that prevents the completion of a course within the semester, students may request an Incomplete
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Provides resources and support to students with disabilities. See our quick links below:
Student Care or Concern Incident Reports
For specific concerns regarding a students well-being or general care and concern for a student, please submit a Student Care or Concern report and you'll be connected to the member of our team best suited for the specific support needed.
Student Conduct & Title IX
Students are held to the concepts of integrity, civility, and accountability through a lens of education and personal development, and in alignment with the values of the greater Davenport University community. Learn more about our handbooks, student policies and student rights and responsibilities here.
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Temporary Medical Challenges
The Center for Campus Life is available to assist students in times of unplanned medical crisis which may occur and impede their academic progress. Examples may include receiving a temporary illness, having surgery, or needing emergency medical services. Submit a Care report to be connected to our team.
The Wellness Center is home to Davenport's Counseling Services and Health Services which can be accessed virtually or in-person.
Currently enrolled students are eligible to use all services within the Wellness Center for FREE.
Davenport University's First Year Experience is dedicated to supporting incoming students so they can achieve their academic, personal, and professional goals.
Services provided by Tutoring for Graduate students include the following:
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