Change is in the Air for Learning Support on East Campus

Starting fall 2018, the East Campus Academic Success Center (ASC) will be undergoing a name change. The new name will be the Learning Support Center (LSC), which is now consistent with the naming convention used to refer to tutorial services on other campuses throughout the College.

The name change also signals the expansion of learning support services on East Campus.

The expansion of services will include the integration of the CARE+ (Continuous Assessment and Responsive Engagement) program.  CARE+ (formerly known as Supplemental Learning) will move from its location in the Library (East Campus, 4-216) downstairs into the LSC (East campus, 4-100). This move is intended to expand services, support further synergy among the two programs and provide clarity around the academic support services offered by the Learning Support division on East Campus.

Due to this integration, the LSC will now have two primary modes of delivering academic support — student-initiated support (tutoring) and, now, faculty-initiated support through (CARE+).  Academic testing services will also continue to be offered through the LSC.

For faculty who have added a statement in their syllabus regarding the Learning Support services on East Campus, please update the name of the ASC so it reflects the new name, Learning Support Center LSC.

If you have any questions regarding the services offered in the LSC on East Campus, please contact the Dean of Learning Support Leonard Bass at or 407-299-5000, extension 2745.



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