Inasmuch as knowledge and learning are acquired in both the formal classroom setting and beyond, the Division of Academic Affairs provides educational support units to engage students in co- curricular and extra-curricular programs and experiential activities. In an effort to achieve Academic Excellence and Distinction, the Division of Academic Affairs has five (5) academic foci to include:

Academic Support Programs encourages and guides students in the development of learning skills and personal management strategies that lead to earning a Voorhees University degree.

All Voorhees University students are offered a comprehensive range of classes, services, and programs based on a variety of student needs and learning preferences, including tutoring, collaborative learning through Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions, mentoring, workshop instruction, and academic counseling.

The comprehensive program launch is designed to develop and offer co-curricular and experiential learning activities that will strengthen the preparation of our students for their chosen career fields, maximize their potential for success through increased opportunities, develop the faculty, maximize curricular, co-curricular, and experiential student engagement, locally, nationally, and internationally. 

First Year Experience Program

The First Year Experience Program seeks to re-imagine college life for students in the first year of college at Voorhees.

Experiential Learning and Community Engagement

Experiential Learning and Community Engagement is anchored in the biblical reference proclaimed by our Founder, Elizabeth Evelyn Wright: Ebenezer, the Stone of Help, through Service Learning students are systemically immersed in the culture of helping through volunteerism, community service, experiential engagement, and guided career pathways.

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Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research seeks to offer opportunities for faculty to broaden their perspectives on teaching and learning and apply strategies grounded in research to optimize student learning. The CTLR provides opportunities for faculty to evolve their teaching practice in ways that enhance student learning.

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