Queens showcases flagship student success program
Queens University of Charlotte recently hosted representatives from 16 universities for the Mid-South Regional Conference for the The College Reading and Learning Association.
This year's conference theme was "Fighting Isolation through Program Integration: An Integrated Approach to Academic Success." Areas of focus included:
- Partnerships across campus - R(x) for Success, Journey of Champions, Student Support Team
- Retention Initiatives - Reporting Loop, Academic Advising, CSI - Queens
- Student Disabilities Services for the comprehensive University
- Tutor training and certification
- Center relevance - Communication and Collaboration across campus
The College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) is a group of student-oriented professionals active in the fields of reading, learning assistance, tutorial services, and developmental education at the college/adult level. Inherently diverse in membership, CRLA's most vital function and overall purpose is to provide a forum for the interchange of ideas, methods, and information to improve student learning and to facilitate the professional growth of its members. The Mid-Atlantic Region Conference offers a time- and cost-effective opportunity for learning assistance professionals and paraprofessionals to accomplish this purpose.
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