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7 School of Arts and Sciences: Learning Centers

Records of Learning Centers

I. Overview of the Collection

 Title: Records of Barry University Learning Centers

Dates: 2001-

Location: 07/18

Extent: 1 box (0.25 linear ft.)

Language: English


Historical Note:

The Learning Center was established in the mid-90s as a tutoring and writing center for all students, traditional and non-traditional, as well as a diagnostic testing agency for incoming students. It gradually expanded to include academic counseling available by appointment.

The Center for Advanced Learning (CAL) was initiated at Barry University in 1995 to help students with learning disabilities who have the intellectual potential and motivation to complete a four year university degree program or pursue graduate studies.

A dedication ceremony was held on January 29, 2009, for the Glenn Hubert Learning Center, at which time students from the following areas of the Learning Center expressed their gratitude to Mr. Hubert: Writing Center, Math Lab, and Center for Advanced Learning. From his time as an educator in the Miami-Dade County Public School system to his experiences as a Barry University student, Glenn Hubert had genuine appreciation for education and lifelong learning.


The Collection

Flyers and leaflets describing the Learning Center in general; background information about the CAL, its philosophy and expectations; announcements for the dedication ceremony of the Glenn Hubert Learning Center and a copy of the dedication program, Jan. 29, 2009.


IV. Container list:

Box     Title

18        Glenn Hubert Learning Center, 2007-

            Center for Advance Learning (CAL), 2001-


V. Administrative Information

Acquisition Information: Transfer, n.d.

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research

Processed by: Sister Arnold Benedetto, 2009. Revised by Ximena Valdivia, 2012

Preferred Citation: Records of Barry University Learning Centers, Barry University Archives and Special Collections, Miami Shores, Florida

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