Good morning, All,
I am looking for some advice and information from those of you that manage learning/achievement centers at small schools. I currently coordinate tutoring and mentoring programs, but we do not have a dedicated space. We have about 1200 undergraduate students and are hoping to get a center into our strategic plan. I am tasked with finding some good examples of achievement centers at schools our size.

I also would like to know how you started your centers. If you started small and what your center looked like in the beginning. I am trying to find space on campus that can be our "starting small" point!

Thank you!
Justin Bowles

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Justin Bowles
Assistant Director for Student Support
Academic Services and Faculty Development
Christian Brothers University
650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN  38104
(901) 321- 3758
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