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Learning and Teaching Collaborative

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A Dynamic Hub

The Learning and Teaching Collaborative advances the mission of the College through innovative partnerships that emphasize student success and faculty development. The LTC facilitates Christ-centered, whole-person education in an inviting, centralized space on campus by providing tools and resources for students from diverse backgrounds or with varied learning needs, while supporting faculty in research-based, theologically-informed, innovative teaching and mentoring.

The LTC Edge

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Synergistic partnerships between faculty, staff, and students Systematic support for varied student learning needs Increased visibility and access to critical academic resources

Offices in the Learning & Teaching Collaborative

Students walking outsideThe Academic Advising Office (AAO) provides academic guidance and support for students from first-year registration through graduation. The academic advisors partner with faculty and staff across the College to promote student success, empower students to make wise academic choices, and advocate for students navigating academic challenges.

Students leaving Edman ChapelThe Office of the Registrar oversees the development of the yearly College catalog, course scheduling, classroom assignments, student registration, student records/database maintenance, and evaluation of degree completion. Our goal is to provide timely, accurate and personal service to current and former students, faculty and staff.

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Learning & Accessibility Services (LAS) enhances student learning through one-on-one meetings and seminars, and provides resources for students with learning, physical, or mental health needs that impact their academic life. Our team focuses on helping students develop new learning strategies and build on existing academic skills.