Collaborative Learning Center- Worcester
30 Roxbury Street
Worcester, Ma 01609
Collaborative Learning Center- Leicester
7 Washburn Square
Leicester, Ma 01524
Becker College learning specialists and peer tutors are available to all students for scheduled tutoring appointments, as well as for selected drop-in sessions. Whether students need to study for a test, figure out how to solve word problems or could use some help writing and formatting a paper, our dedicated and knowledgeable staff is here to support them. Our staff fosters a supportive and productive learning environment by helping students to explore their academic potential and strive toward excelling in their chosen fields of study.
Dolores Radlo, M.Ed.
Dolores Radlo has been Director of the Collaborative Learning Centers (CLC), Coordinator of Disability Services/ADA Compliance and an adjunct faculty member at Becker College since June 2008. With her solid background in disability services, administration and teaching, Dolores’ areas of expertise include special education services, differentiated instruction, curriculum development, transition planning, academic advising, Department of Education and Office of Civil Rights regulations, behavioral management, crisis intervention and mental health. She has extensive knowledge of ADA, Chapter 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, accommodations and disability documentation, results analysis, broad experience with various disabilities in the post-secondary setting and a strong understanding of the appropriate range of accommodations and other academic adjustments for students with different learning abilities. She holds a M.Ed. in Educational Studies/Mental Health Counseling.
As director of the CLC, Dolores is dedicated to helping Becker students reach their academic goals by providing a variety of essential academic supports at both the Worcester and Leicester campus CLC locations. Dolores is also the point person for students with disabilities, as she evaluates and interprets educational testing/diagnostic disability documentation, determines/monitors accommodations and coordinates the implementation of required support services, ensuring ADA compliance. Dolores serves on several institutional committees such as the Student Support Team (SST) focused on retention, is a First-Year Student Adviser, oversees the performing arts clubs and instructs a variety of Education and Psychology courses. She also plays the accordion and loves science fiction.