Reading Clinic

The TU Reading Clinic aims to help families learn strategies to assist them in continuing to develop literacy skills, for the sake of learning as well as enjoyment – always.

Reading Clinic

Summer Literacy Boosters

Reading Clinic Application Forms

All Are Welcome to Apply

  • Anyone of any age who may have learning differences
  • Anyone of any age lagging behind their peers in reading and writing
  • Anyone of any age not motivated to read for enjoyment and information
  • Anyone of any age who desires the opportunity to learn to read and write; or who want to improve their reading

Who we are

  • A team of educators from diverse backgrounds who have a passion for literacy instruction
  • The clinicians who work in the Reading Clinic are primarily experienced classroom teachers, enrolled in the final stages of the graduate reading education program, studying for their Master's degree to become reading specialists.

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What We Offer

  • Up-to-date, success-oriented, research-based and motivational techniques
  • One-on-one evaluation and tutoring
  • One-hour sessions
  • Family Literacy Initiatives - including Parent Workshop sessions to better equip and support the family's literacy efforts at home
  • Home activities that reinforce the learning in fun and authentic ways
  • A lending library of high interest books and magazines
  • The opportunity to discuss concerns with educational professionals
  • A written list of recommendations at the end of the semester
  • The opportunity to meet other parents/guardians who have similar concerns and interest in their children


  • For the Fall and Spring semesters, a fee of $100.00 is due at the first session. This covers at least 10 sessions. The fee for the summer literacy booster is $200.

Contact Information

Email the clinic at or apply online above.

Shelly Huggins, Ed.D.
Director of Reading Clinic
Graduate Reading Program
Hawkins Halls, Room 201M
Department of Elementary Education
College of Education
Phone: 410-704-2009