Registration and Enrollment

Use the Registration Forms below (under "Standard Program Registration") to enroll your child in
our READING & MATHEMATICS intervention programs

Below is information about registration for lessons and the forms you will need to complete.

Registration Information

The Literacy and Math Center at Cardinal Stritch University in Glendale accepts K-12 students from public, private, charter, or choice schools. Homeschooled children are also eligible to attend the program. Besides the regularly scheduled lesson times, homeschooled children can choose early afternoon sessions (before 3:30 p.m.) if that is convenient.

Fourteen sessions are provided over the semester, one per week, during the Fall semester and the Spring semester, either after school (Tuesday or Thursday) or on Saturday mornings. Summer classes meet twice a week for six weeks from mid-June through July, Mondays through Thursdays.

All classes are 90 minutes in length. You may indicate on the Registration Forms the days of the week and the times that you prefer for lessons.


  • Summer 2020 semester - June 22 through July 30 - for 6 weeks.
  • Fall 2020 semester - September through December. 
  • Spring 2021 semester - January through May.


New students are tested before instruction begins (as mentioned on the Parents and Students page, under "Confidential, Objective Evaluation"). The testing assesses the student's math or reading ability, strengths and needs. To initiate testing, please complete the Request for Evaluation Form found under the "Standard Program Registration" tab below, or call (414) 410-4380 to talk with our Director, Dr. Jane Radaj.


In the STANDARD Program, students are tutored either one-on-one or in groups of two by graduate literacy professionals. Tuition is payable throughout the semester.

To register your son or daughter for tutoring lessons in the STANDARD program, please complete the following forms and email them to:

These documents will give you more information on the program:


For the PRACTICUM Program, students must qualify for free or reduced meals according to Federal Guidelines. In this program, students work with university undergraduate or graduate students under the direction of highly trained Master Instructors and a university assistant professor. Twelve 90-minute lessons are delivered during each session (fall and spring). Tuition is payable throughout the semester. OPENINGS IN THIS PROGRAM ARE VERY LIMITED AND THERE IS NO GUARANTEE YOUR CHILD WILL BE ABLE TO BE ENROLLED.

Please call the Literacy and Math Center about any openings we may have.  And please complete the following form and email it to

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