TWU Pioneer Center for Student Excellence opens Jan. 13, 2014
Located in Suite 220 of the Blagg-Huey Library, the center brings together for the first time in one location many of the programs designed to help students achieve academic success. These include academic advising, academic enhancement programs, internships, study abroad, experiential learning, thesis and dissertation “boot camps” for graduate students and the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) college readiness program.
“The Pioneer Center for Student Excellence will support the university’s entire undergraduate and graduate student population and assist them in achieving their personal, academic and professional goals,” said Dr. Joshua Adams, executive director of the center.
Several programs in the TWU Division of Student Life also will make presentations at the center, including career services, intercultural services and the first-generation student mentorship program known as G-Force.
For more information about the TWU Pioneer Center for Student Excellence, visit www.twu.edu/pioneer-center.
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