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What is Developmental and Supplemental Learning and where is it located?

Developmental and Supplemental Learning is a program to enhance student performance through academic counseling, tutorial services, supplemental instruction, and student engagement sessions focused on test-taking skills, stress management, time management, and how to study.

The program uses a hands-on approach to improve academic skills and instills a sense of pride and responsibility to help students to maintain satisfactory progress. The ultimate goal is graduation from North Carolina Central University in four years. For more information, visit the Developmental and Supplemental Learning office in the Lower Level of the Alexander-Dunn Building first floor. 

 
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