Who we are
As a non-profit educational service of the Duquesne University School of Education, the Reading Clinic has been helping children and their parents since 1964. Students, ages 6-16, can benefit from affordable, research-based assessment and tutorial services in a nurturing environment that fosters confidence and academic achievement. Students enhance their reading skills with methods developed and practiced by our nationally recognized faculty researchers in reading development.
The clinic provides individualized, assessment-based reading intervention for children from ages 6-16. Placement will be determined by the clinic director and staff based on need.
Our Reading Clinic Provides:
- Experienced clinicians from our Reading Specialist program and practicing reading specialists who understand our mission of putting children's needs first.
- Individualized and group instruction, tailored to each student's age and unique needs.
Evaluation results and final tutoring progress report.
- Workshops for parents that address their concerns and provide information on how to support their children's literacy development.
- Convenient session times.
- Affordable tutoring fees.
|The clinic includes both Saturday morning and weeknight sessions.||Assessment and tutoring sessions take place in the Reading Clinic labs, located on the ground floor of Canevin Hall on the Duquesne University campus.||
The nonrefundable fee for the 10-week session is $175.*
Parents will be required to apply every semester to be considered for the upcoming session.
Applications for the Summer 2023 Reading Clinic are now closed. Families will be notified about whether their student has been accepted towards the end of May. Summer Reading Clinic will run Monday through Friday; parents and guardians will work with their student’s assigned interventionist to determine the days and times of intervention.