Advanced University Experience
A portion of the K12 Initiative is designed to immerse students into the college campus culture and participate in a variety of activities and experiences pertaining to college life. The goal is to change perceptions about college and increase awareness of opportunities for post-high school education.
Services/Programs currently being offered through partnerships with the following:
Cynthia J. Reed, Ed.D.
Director, Truman Pierce Institute
Professor, Educational Leadership
Assoc. Editor, Journal of School Leadership
108 Ramsay Hall
Auburn, AL 36849-5168
- Loachapoka Exploring Auburn Days (L.E.A.D.) is a program developed by the Truman Pierce Institute. LEAD strives to provide academic support and mentoring to help students enter and perform better in college, and ultimately qualify for better jobs.
- For more information: www.education.auburn.edu/centersandinstitutes/trumanpierceinstitute/
- Loachapoka Exploring Auburn Days (L.E.A.D.) residential summer camp. The goal of the camp is to provide students with college-like experiences while developing the skills they will need to be admitted and successful in college, and later in life. This initiative is designed to provide students with hands-on experiences in various disciplines while enhancing their skills in technology and writing.
- For more information on this summer camp: http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/summerexperience/21stcentury.htm
Jamie Carney, Ph.D. – Auburn Voices – Notasulga Campus Visit
Professor Special Ed, Rehab, Counseling, School Psychology
College of Education
2084 Haley Center
Last Updated: November 11, 2013