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Accommodation and Access

Davenport University is committed to serving all students with disabilities both in and out of the classroom. Any student with a documented disability is eligible to request services through Student Access. Please also review our flowchart on how students request accommodations at DU.

If a student has a temporary condition and/or is in the process of collecting documentation, this should not prevent a student from requesting accommodations.   He/she may be eligible for temporary accommodations. Please contact the Student Access Coordinator at your campus for further details.

To receive disability accommodations through Davenport, students should register with the Student Access Coordinator at their home campus. For more information visit the Student Access portion of the website.

Counseling

Scheduling appointments 

Ready to schedule a free appointment? Call 616-891-8770 or visit our counseling support page

Scheduled appointments are available Monday through Friday from 9am - 5pm: 

  • In-person at the W.A. Lettinga Campus 
  • Via TeleTherapy for Detroit, Global (Online)*, Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Midland-Great Lakes, Traverse City and Warren Campuses  

*Global (Online) Campus students that reside outside of Michigan will be serviced according to their appropriate state regulations and in adjustment to time zones as necessary. 

Need same-day support? It's available 24/7.

An on-call licensed clinician will be available via phone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for Davenport students needing same day support. Please call the following numbers and within one hour, a clinician will connect with you directly.  

  • 9am - 8pm (EST) call 616-258-7500
  • 8pm - 9am (EST) call 616-455-9200

Students with a mental health crisis or that are in need of immediate medical attention should call 911. 

Tutoring services

Davenport University offers free drop-in tutoring at all campus locations for current students; as well as virtual tutoring for current online students. You can reach the Tutoring Center by emailing: tutoring@davenport.edu via their web page.

Ebenefits

The Department of Defense and Veterans Administration website that serves Veterans, Service members, Wounded Warriors, their family members, and their authorized caregivers. Ebenfits offers you:

  • A secure environment where you can safely access your personal information and perform self-service tasks.
  • Applications (online and PDF) for disability compensation and various benefits.
  • Employment resources.
  • A personalized Dashboard that you can customize to suit your preferences and information needs.
  • Access to the National Resource Directory, which enables you to find links to resources based on subjects that interest you.

To gain access to most eBenefits resources and services, you need an account. We offer the following two types of account, and both of them are free:

  • A Basic account that gives you limited access to various features.
  • A Premium account that gives you unlimited access.

To register for your free account, you need a DS Logon .