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Getting Started

The SLC provides customized learning strategy sessions to undergraduates, grad students, post-docs, residents, and fellows who have diagnosed learning differences or suspected learning differences based on the Personal Learning Profile (PLP) completed during the first SLC meeting.  The PLP includes screenings for learning differences (learning disabilities and ADHD) which can be used to determine whether the student should pursue an off-campus neuro-psych evaluation and an official diagnosis. 

We do not provide diagnoses or documentation that may qualify an individual for accommodations. 

Alumni, Faculty/TA's, Parent/Guardians and are also eligible for non-academic Schwab Learning Center services.

Please see below for more details. Thank you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Students

To work with the SLC you will be asked to provide one of the following documents to demonstrate eligibility: read more

Alumni

The SLC encourages Stanford alumni with and without learning differences to partner with us as an alumni mentor or as a guest speaker: read more

Faculty

The SLC invites Stanford faculty and TA’s to better understand learner variability, students with learning... read more

Parents, Guardians

We're here to answer questions about how we can support your college-bound student in school and beyond: read more

Post-docs, Medical residents, Fellows

The SLC is offering a pilot program of services to post-docs, residents, and interns: read more

Staff

The SLC invites Stanford staff to visit us for a tour or to attend a future speaker series to learn more about neurodiversity: read more