Generation Falcon

Achieving success for students with learning disabilities and attention challenges

The FLY (Falcon Learning … Your Way) Program is a fee-based academic support program that provides a comprehensive range of enhanced services to students who have learning disabilities (SLD) and/or attention challenges (ADHD). 

Learning Specialists provide coaching in the development of the skills and strategies necessary for academic success, self-advocacy and independent learning for students diagnosed with learning differences. 

The range of services in the FLY Program facilitates student learning, self-advocacy, and independence. Students take ownership of their education while working with a Learning Specialist every week to create an individualized Falcon Learning Plan; engaging in strategies for time management, organization, reading and writing; utilizing tutoring by peer tutors who are internationally certified by the College Reading and Learning Association; and accessing assistive technology in the BGSU Learning Commons.

FLY Features:

  • Full-time Learning Specialist
  • Mandatory family orientation program
  • Personal librarian service
  • Individualized Falcon Learning Plan to include:
    • Regularly scheduled meetings with a Learning Specialist
    • Tutoring plan
    • Midterm monitoring and progress reporting
    • Coordinated services with campus resources
    • Workshops (e.g., time management, study skills, stress management, wellness)
    • Introduction to the Office of Campus Activities

Apply for the Fly Program

Students interested in joining the FLY program can learn more and apply on the FLY Program website and if they have questions, they can contact the office at 419-372-UFLY (8359) or between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday-Friday.

Updated: 08/11/2021 11:58AM