Pacific Adventist University (PAU) re-opened and dedicated its larger renovated Academic Learning Centre (ALC) on Monday, August 14. The ALC is designed to provide students with the resources and support they need to succeed academically.
“The ALC is a place where students can come to get help with their studies,” said Raijieli Caucau, director of the ALC. “We offer a variety of services, including group assistance, class help, one-on-one tutoring and seminars on academic skills.”
The ALC also provides students with access to a variety of resources, such as flyers on writing abstracts, academic style, active reading, assignment writing, critical reading, literature review, proofreading, research proposals and seminar presentations.
“We want to help students become independent learners,” said Ms Caucau. “The ALC provides them with the tools and resources they need to succeed on their own.”