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TMC offers help for prospective students with learning differences through ‘Enrollment Boot Camp’

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Thomas More College’s Institute for Learning Differences is offering assistance to prospective students with documented learning differences and their parents.

The “Enrollment Boot Camp” is intended to assist prospective students with the enrollment process and offer information about the services available through the Institute for Learning Differences.

The camp is February 16 from 6-8 p.m. in The Saints Center on campus.

Held in Steigerwald Hall in the Saints Center, prospective students will be able to ask questions about student services, programs, and degrees offered at Thomas More College, as well as be able to apply to the college and for financial aid. Representatives from the Institute for Learning Differences, admissions, disability services, academics, and financial aid will be available to answer questions and process paperwork.

There will also be the opportunity to meet with current students to learn about life on campus at TMC.

Parents are encouraged to attend and it is recommended students bring their transcripts as well as any relevant documentation related to their learning difference.

Questions can be sent to  ild@thomasmore.edu  or 513-344-3582.

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