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Learning Resources & Accommodation Services
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Learning Resources & Accommodation Services

Learning Resources provides learning success advising and coordinates peer tutoring for ATSU residential program students who want to improve their learning and academic performance.

Accommodation Services provides necessary and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities in all ATSU programs.

Learning Specialists provide free, one-on-one learning advisement consultations, tailored to each student’s learning preferences and challenges. Topics addressed include:

  • Evidence-based learning techniques
  • Efficient time management
  • Improving long term recall
  • Various note-taking styles
  • Test-taking strategies
  • Developing a board exam study plan

We encourage every ATSU residential program student to visit our office at least once to receive a personalized learning advisement session, and students are welcome to return as often as desired for additional support and guidance.

  • Accommodation Services for Students with Disabilities +

    • ATSU is committed to complying with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, federal laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability, and relevant state law. Accommodation Services supports qualified students with disabilities by determining eligibility and providing necessary and reasonable accommodations.

      Any student seeking accommodations due to disability is required to register with Accommodation Services. Requests for academic adjustments/accommodations should be submitted to

      ATSU's Policy and Procedures for Students with Disabilities provides additional information.


      Missouri campus students:
      Jennifer McNeely, Director - Learning Resources and Accommodation Services

      Arizona campus, California campus, and online students:
      Marty Allison, Accommodation Specialist

      Minimal Technical Standards for matriculation

      Please refer to the ATSU University Catalog for technical standards of each college and/or program. Review examples of associated standards for the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine DO program (pdf).

      ATSU provides technical standards to inform incoming and enrolled students of the performance abilities and characteristics that are necessary to successfully complete the requirements of each program and provide effective and safe healthcare. To matriculate (enroll), the student must meet technical standards with or without reasonable accommodations and maintain related satisfactory demonstration of these standards for progression through the program.

  • Tutoring: Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) Program +

    • Learning Resources provides peer tutoring and academic mentoring free of charge to ATSU residential program students through the Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) Program.


      • Are second-year students who have demonstrated academic success
      • Can provide program-specific advice
      • Offer individual, group, walk-in, and virtual sessions

      For more information, please email.