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Beyond Access (BA)

University of Connecticut

UPDATED: May 27, 2021

Beyond Access (BA) is an opportunity for you to work smarter, not harder in a competitive academic environment while also preparing for life beyond college. The goals of your individually designed program are to help you understand, achieve, and develop a pathway to success.

  • Work one-on-one with a trained Strategy Instructor for one to three hours a week.
  • Create a customized program that matches your learning style, and personal and academic goals.
  • Develop and enhance your academic, social and life skills including time and stress management, reading, writing and math strategies, self-advocacy, memory and concentration, social skills, health and wellness, and career preparation.
  • Beyond Access is open to any UConn student who is interested in working with a Strategy Instructor to meet their academic and personal goals. Students do not need to have a disability to apply.
  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • N/A

Address:

Center for Students with Disabilities Wilbur Cross Building, Room 204
233 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4174
Storrs, CT 06269
United States

Website:

csd.uconn.edu

Phone:

(860) 486-2020

Email:

csdbeyondaccess@uconn.edu

Contact:

Christine Wenzel

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