Developmental and Supplemental Learning Focuses on the enhancement of student performance through academic counseling, tutorial services, supplemental instruction, and student engagement sessions on test-taking skills, stress management, time management, and how to study programs.
The program uses a hands-on approach to improving academic skills. This approach instills a sense of pride and responsibility in students to maintain satisfactory progress. The ultimate goal is graduation for North Carolina Central University in four years.
Welcome Message from Dr. David Hood, Associate Dean
I am delighted to welcome you to the University College’s Developmental & Supplemental Learning Program at North Carolina Central University. Through our quality academic counseling services, literacy enhancement, tutorial services, student engagement sessions and supplemental instruction program we work with students to enhance their academic performance as they matriculate. The Developmental & Supplemental Learning Program at North Carolina Central University is ready for the challenge. With a focus on ensuring student success, University College’s Developmental & Supplemental Learning Program is committed to revolutionizing the study culture at North Carolina Central University -- to prepare our students to meet the academic rigor of the University.
Our programs and services are designed to instill a sense of academic responsibility within each of our students with the ultimate goal of satisfactory progress towards graduation from North Carolina Central University within four years. I hope you will find our website informative and user friendly. We welcome your comments and inquiries. If you are not a current student here, I encourage you to visit our campus. Talk with faculty and students. All students have great potential, but creating a campus environment that supports their intellectual growth, social development, health, and well-being will ensure their success!
North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707