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|Size||22.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 9,500 items)|
|Abstract||The Learning Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a center for academic development and support. It is the result of the consolidation of several such programs and services over the past fifty years. It is part of the Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling in the College of Arts and Sciences under Academic Services. Missions of the Learning Center and its predecessor programs include improving retention and graduation rates; preparing students for college-level work; supporting the academic development of student athletes and students with learning disabilities; and promoting the engagement and academic development of minority students. Materials include records of the Learning Center, as well as predecessor, partner, parent, and constituent services and organizations. These include: Academic Services; the Writing Center; North Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation (also known as the North Carolina Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation); the Reading Program; the UNC Learning and Reading Skills Center; Learning Disability Services; Alliance for Undergraduate Education Working Group on Underrepresented Minorities; Summer Bridge Program; and the Minority Advisory Program. Records date from 1962 to 2008 and include annual reports, correspondence, handouts and pamphlets, training materials and guidebooks, budgets, videos of seminars, grade reports, and floppy disks. Acquired as part of University Archives.|
|Creator||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Learning Center.|
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