Kenefick Center For Learning
The Kenefick Center for Learning is available to all students and provides a selection of academic support services, tailored to each individual student. Learning specialists and tutors assist students in becoming independent learners. Students may stop by KCL to schedule an initial meeting for academic consultation and recommendations. For students with documented disabilities, KCL implements individual learning plans, provides accommodations, and advocates for students.
The KCL is optimally located between the two main academic buildings, Berkshire Hall, where humanities classes are held, and Bellas/Dixon Math and Science Center.
- Learning specialists work one-on-one with students to enhance skills in all subject areas; emphasis is placed on developing learning strategies and executive functioning skills such as organization, planning and prioritizing, task initiation, etc.
- Targeted individual instruction is based on the student's specific learning profile and need. KCL faculty communicate regularly with the student’s family and also consult with teachers, their advisor, and form dean.
- Sessions are available 1, 2, or 3 times per week.
Per semester fee. Financial aid is available.
Director, Kenefick Center For Learning