To assist all students, but especially those accepted under the Ability to Benefit provision, each student admitted is assigned a faculty advisor. All students should consult their advisor at least once a quarter, but immediately if he/she is in need of learning assistance. Such students should also consult the Dean of Students. Remedial assistance will be provided on an individual basis as needed. Learning assistance may be provided through non-credit courses, auditing existing courses, computerized instruction, peer tutoring, or individualized guided study. The Library staff is ready to provide special assistance; the computer instructor is available for individual instruction; and each faculty member is ready to assist learners individually where needed. Also to assist students, referral for assessment testing is available.