Newly-renovated Office of the Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences - October 2009
Office of the Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences - October 2009
Newly-renovated and expanded Commuter Corner - October 2009
Later in 2009, a walkway for students to travel through the Palumbo Academic Center to the Morosky Academic Center will be constructed.
Also in 2009, Gannon University's Advising Center is being combined with other student services to create a new Student Success Center.
A.J. Palumbo Academic Center
Gannon University's new Student Success Center combined several existing University offices—Academic Advising senter, Career Development and Employment Services, Center for Experiential Education, Tutorial Services/CAAP Act 101 Program, Disability Services, Program for Students with Learning Disabilities, Speech Lab, Writing Center and Math Center—into one central location.
The north-south corridor on the first-floor of the Palumbo Academic Center allows students a safe, easy walkway between 8th and 9th streets.
The new 13,000-sq.-ft. Student Success Center is housed on the south end of Gannon’s Palumbo Academic Center.
The entrance area of the new Student Success Center.
The Student Success Center offers space for students to socialize and study and also includes computer access.
Lounge space in the Student Success Center entrance area.
The Math Center offers free tutoring services to all Gannon students, regardless of major. Tutors are Gannon students who can provide assistance for courses such as algebra, trigonometry and calculus.
The Writing Center helps students become better writers, not only for a writing class but for years to come. Staff can provide students with writing resources, one-on-one consulting sessions, or just someone with whom to discuss their writing.
This office houses the Commonwealth Academic Achievement Program/Act 101 (C.A.A.P./Act 101) at Gannon. This program is funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Gannon University and provides academic support services to qualified students.
The Student Success Center also houses Gannon University's Program for Students with Learning Disabilities (PSLD). This special program is for students who possess average to gifted intellectual potential and high motivation, have been diagnosed with a learning disability, or have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
A lounge area gives student vistors of the PSLD (Program for Students with Learning Disabilities) a quiet place to work.