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Student Support and Activities

Student Support & Activities

As a student at the University of Dayton Intensive English Program, you'll receive support both in and out of the classroom. Our faculty and staff, as well as University resources, are available to assist you with a variety of student needs.  We also provide opportunities to engage and communicate with native U.S. speakers, including other University of Dayton students. You have many options for engaging in U.S. culture both on and off campus!

 

Our staff

Student Advisor

The IEP Student Advisor tracks student progress in the IEP and helps students make the transition from IEP study to full-time academic study. The IEP Student Advisor is also available to meet with you to discuss your academic progress, to give advice, and to help you solve the cultural and academic challenges you might experience in the United States. The IEP Student Advisor also advises students who are struggling to make progress and advance through the IEP. 

Administrative Associate

The Administrative Associate supports the IEP through various means such as planning, preparing, and executing new student intake and placement testing, as well as the IEP Scholarship program and classroom technology. The Administrative Associate also supports World Associates (WA), which are our student office personnel. 

World Associates

Our World Associates (WA) assists students with questions regarding registration, attendance, holds, and letters of enrollment, as well as scheduling appointments with the Student Advisor and tutoring center. They also provide information about IEP activities  as well as campus events. 

Program Resources

We have a variety of options to support your success at the UDIEP.

The IEP Student Advisor assists with students’ development as they progress through the IEP and helps students make the transition from IEP study to full-time academic study. The IEP Student Advisor is also available to meet with students to discuss their academic progress, to give advice, and to help students navigate the cultural and academic challenges they might experience in the United States. The IEP Student Advisor also advises students who are struggling to make progress and advance through the IEP.


The IEP Tutoring Place is here to help support students achieve success in their courses and increase their English language proficiency. Tutors can work with students on specific course assignments, individual and group presentations, and test/quiz preparation. Tutoring is conducted by appointment only! Tutoring appointments can be 15, 30, or 60 minutes in length and can be conducted face-to-face in Rike Center or through Zoom meetings as necessary.


Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities connect domestic and IEP students to share an experience together. Through this special programming, IEP students practice their language skills and have fun! Additionally, with more than 200 student clubs and organizations on campus, students will find an activity to match their interests and opportunities to meet American and international students. Clubs include professional and academic clubs, service organizations, recreational sports, special interest groups, and international student groups.


Current and former IEP students often need to request documents from the Intensive English Program office. Our office can provide progress reports for a student’s government/embassy, recommendation letters for admission requirements, or copies of IEP graduation or other certificates. Students can choose to pick up these documents in the Rike Center, room 112, or have a PDF copy sent to a preferred email. For additional information or any questions you may have, contact us at iep@udayton.edu.


CONTACT

Center for International Programs

Rike Center
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1701
937-229-3514
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