Falcon Learning Your Way Program (FLY)
We help students who learn differently.
Would you benefit from a program where you get a one-on-one meeting with a Learning Specialist to develop learning strategies? Would it help you to connect with trained tutors from BGSU’s Learning Commons? If yes, then let the FLY Program support your academic experience throughout your first-year and beyond at BGSU.
The FLY Program
Since 2016, Learning Specialists have been helping bright and talented BGSU students who have specific learning differences, executive functioning challenges, and/or AD/HD.
FLY Features Include:
- Weekly, one-on-one meeting with a Learning Specialist
- First-year orientation program
- How to self-advocate for accommodations
- An individualized Falcon Learning Plan
- Assistance connecting to tutoring services and academic coaching
- Weekly schedule management help
- Organizational skills and strategies
- Midterm progress review
- Academic workshops
- Introduction to other campus services
- How to become an independent learner
- Personal librarian services
- Flexible options for continuation of services for second, third, and fourth+ year students.
It is possible to participate in FLY even if you do not have specific learning differences, executive functioning challenges, and/or AD/HD. We recognize many students have different learning challenges and are ready to help.
Meet BGSU’s Learning Specialists
We work collaboratively with you to develop goals for success, incorporate learning strategies, and provide encouragement and guidance throughout your university experience. Our commitment is to give you an individualized experience while working toward academic success.
Penny Soboleski, Ed.D.
The FLY Program is available to all BGSU students. In addition to supporting first-year students new to the university, we accept second through fourth-year, eCampus, transfer, and graduate students.
Participation in the program requires students to apply and be admitted. Applications received after the start of a semester are considered for the following term.
In addition to BGSU’s tuition and fees, the FLY Program cost is $5,000 per year.
For more information on the current BGSU tuition and fees visit the BGSU Cost Summary.
The FLY Program does not provide academic accommodations.
Bowling Green State University students looking for disability-related accommodations should contact Accessibility Services.
Updated: 05/18/2022 08:08AM