An AAC&U News article puts Belmont’s Quality Enhancement Plan project on the Sophomore Year Experience on a national platform by sharing the good work and thoughtful programming created for returning students. Housed in the library, the Sophomore Transitions Center addresses the needs of second-year students by providing coaching sessions for students questioning their educational choices and partnering with academic, residence life and career services initiatives.
The article quotes many faculty and staff, including the program’s architects associate provost Jimmy Davis and the program’s director David Sneed. Click here to read the article.
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