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  • For Students | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    the H E L P Center staff this handbook provides a comprehensive overview of how to locate and evaluate academic support programs at a university level Click HERE to download a PDF version Higher Education for Students with Disabilities by Accredited Schools Online provides comprehensive information regarding the rights of students with disabilities as they transition from high school to college Also included is information regarding choosing a school distance learning financial aid and other important resources The page is geared toward a general audience and is not specific to Marshall University or the H E L P Center but it provides very good and relevant information for our student population To access the HELP Center Handbook click HERE H E L P Program Resources Access Text Request Form Instructions Download form to your computer Make sure you have the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader Complete all sections of the form Use amazon com or the MU Bookstore webpage for needed information Use the Save as command to save the document as a PDF Email the completed form to Sara Barker Kurzweil 3000 Firefly available on lab computers remote internet access Ginger Grammar Checker available on all lab

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/resources/for-students/ (2015-11-11)
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  • For Parents | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    A Positions For Parents The Search for Support A College Guide to Finding the Appropriate Support for Students with Learning Disabilities Created by the H E L P Center staff this handbook provides a comprehensive overview of how to locate and evaluate academic support programs at a university level Click HERE to download a PDF version Higher Education for Students with Disabilities by Accredited Schools Online provides comprehensive information regarding the rights of students with disabilities as they transition from high school to college Also included is information regarding choosing a school distance learning financial aid and other important resources The page is geared toward a general audience and is not specific to Marshall University or the H E L P Center but it provides very good and relevant information for our student population To access the HELP Center Handbook click HERE Resources for Marshall University Office of Financial Aid Office of the Bursar Housing and Residence Life Sending Your Child to College Dropping Your Child Off at College 7 Things to Do Before Your Kid Goes to College 11 Things to Know Before Sending Your Kids to College Kids Going to College Getting Your Heart and Head Ready Permission

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/resources/for-parents/ (2015-11-11)
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  • For Tutors | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    for Medical H E L P Fee Waiver Scholarship Resources For Students For Parents For Tutors News Current News Awards Newsletter Testimonials Give Now G A Positions For Tutors Absence Forms Absence Form for Academic Tutoring Once submitted the form automatically goes to Diane Williams Absence Form for Skills Development Once submitted the form automatically goes to Sara Barker Marshall University H E L P Center Myers Hall Home of

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/for-tutors/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Current News | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    to complete their education and move out into the workforce H E L P Center Receives Scholarship Support from Generous Private Donation Huntington June 5 th 2014 The Marshall University Higher Education for Learning Problems H E L P Center is pleased to announce a generous gift from two of its long time supporters has resulted in scholarship support for its students The Dr George F White and Sandra J White Scholarship for H E L P has been established by the Portsmouth Ohio residents to assist students who are participants in the program Dr and Mrs White have both served on our board for many years and have been ardent advocates for our program said H E L P Director Debbie Painter Over the years their personal involvement has been a tremendous support for us in many areas and we were overjoyed and honored to hear they were interested and willing to establish a scholarship to assist our students The H E L P center is a nationally acclaimed program affiliated with Marshall University H E L P provides individual instruction and academic support for students with specific learning disabilities and or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder The center began working with undergraduate students at Marshall University in 1981 and today addresses areas of academic need through six different divisions working with individuals from ages 5 to adult The Whites scholarship endorsed by the Marshall University Foundation will benefit a student in the program s college division Eligible recipients shall be a full time sophomore junior or senior undergraduate student who is a resident of the metro area of Scioto County Ohio or the state of West Virginia with preference given to Boone County WV where Dr White grew up Preference will also be given to students who are military veterans or a child of a veteran During the first years of its establishment the scholarship was awarded to Evan Hazelett A 2010 graduate of Huntington High School and a native of Huntington Hazelett graduated from Marshall this past May earning a business degree Dr White graduated from Sherman High School in Seth W V prior to earning a Bachelors of Science from Marshall University in 1963 He obtained a medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia in 1967 and did his internship at Emory University in Georgia A decorated Vietnam veteran Dr White served one year with the Marine Corp overseas and another with the Navy stateside After completing his military service White completed his ENT Head and Neck Surgery at Ohio State University and subsequently set up a practice in Portsmouth For more than 30 years White was in private practice in Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery with the assistance of his wife who served as the office manager and bookkeeper Mrs White a native of Louisville K Y is a graduate of Notre Dame High School in Portsmouth OH and holds a Bachelor of Arts from OSU She is a board member of the Portsmouth Wind

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/current-news/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Awards | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    E L P Application Tutoring Registration Application for Medical H E L P Fee Waiver Scholarship Resources For Students For Parents For Tutors News Current News Awards Newsletter Testimonials Give Now G A Positions Awards Celebrating Success at H E L P Student of The Year TBA Tutor of The Year TBA Marshall University H E L P Center Myers Hall Home of the H E L P Center Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/awards/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Newsletter | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    L P Community H E L P Skills Development Summer Prep Diagnostic Services People Directors Staff Directory Advisory Board A Friend of H E L P Forms College H E L P Application Checklist College H E L P Application Tutoring Registration Application for Medical H E L P Fee Waiver Scholarship Resources For Students For Parents For Tutors News Current News Awards Newsletter Testimonials Give Now G A Positions Newsletter The Center s biannual newsletter The H E L P er is the newsletter produced every semester with the collaboration of the students and staff of the H E L P Center It provides friends and supporters of the program with an opportunity to hear the wonderful things happening at H E L P The H E L P er is now on line Click below for the latest issue pdf file CLICK for Latest Issue Marshall University H E L P Center Myers Hall Home of the H E L P Center Contact Us Higher Education for Learning Problems Center H E L P Myers Hall 520 18th Street Huntington WV 25703 304 696 6252 help marshall edu Social Media Report a Problem X Report a Problem NOTE

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/newsletter/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Testimonials | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    5 GPA through tutoring and the great support system Having all the quiet rooms for test taking helped save my GPA Morgan C Marketing B A My advice for younger students would be to come prepared and start strong in the semester and finish strong Michael C Hotel Motel Management Associates Mountwest Community and Technical College I have learned so much and gained newfound knowledge The H E L P Program has helped me in so many ways to become a successful individual Tineil C R B A I received my degree in business management with a double minor in marketing and entrepreneurship After graduation I will be working as an account coordinator at a Cincinnati agency I am both excited and sad about graduating I will miss the college life and the friends and relationships I have formed over the years I am however excited to begin the next chapter of my life with a great company Blake E Management B A I received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science with a minor in chemistry and history and I graduated in December of 2012 I am planning to attend Physician Assistant School in the fall Next semester I will be back at Marshall taking some classes I need for my PA training It was hard for me to realize that I would be graduating so soon When I started as a freshman I had doubts I would make it due to my learning disability As the date of graduation got closer I realized how far I had made it Phillip P Biology Bachelor of Science I am receiving a degree in psychology I am hoping to go to graduate school in psychology or counseling to help and give back to people with disabilities I hope to go into

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/testimonials/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Give Now | Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (H.E.L.P.)
    nonprofit that does not receive state funding support from the private sector is crucial for the existence of our program and our continued growth and development into the future The dedicated students staff and administration of the H E L P Center truly appreciate the opportunities that your generosity can help provide Gifts of any size to the H E L P Center are welcomed and valued Flexible gifts that give a discretionary pool of funds to the H E L P Center are appreciated as are targeted donations to support scholarships capital projects endowments maintenance and other initiatives Please feel free to contact our director to discuss how your generous contribution can help our center continue to grow and to thrive on the campus of Marshall University as we work to provide quality services to students with A D H D and other learning difficulties Debbie Painter M A Director 304 696 6316 or painter marshall edu You may also make a secure online donation through The Marshall University Foundation website found HERE Click on the Give Now link on the right hand side of the page and make sure to select Higher Education for Learning Problems H E

    Original URL path: http://www.marshall.edu/help/give-now/ (2015-11-11)
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