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Press Release

Bend, Oregon

College Excel Launches Academic Center For Excellence

Harold Olaf Cecil
media relations ad HOC

September 01, 2006

College Excel, a nationally recognized support program for college-age youth, recently inaugurated its new classroom and coaching facility, The Academic Center for Excellence.  

The 1,500 square-foot Academic Center for Excellence includes tutoring and study rooms, an intimate 15-student classroom, a computer lab with eight fully equipped workstations, wireless Internet for students to use with personal laptops and the College Excel academic offices.

"From the warmth of the fireplace to the contemporary design, we've built every aspect of The Academic Center for Excellence to create a comfortable, welcoming environment where students feel free to work and to discover their individual learning styles," says Sue Harless, College Excel academic director and co-founder.  "The Academic Center for Excellence is not institutional.  This is an engaging place that creates an enticing atmosphere in which students want to learn."

The Academic Center for Excellence is strategically situated adjacent to Oregon State University - Cascades and Central Oregon Community College, where College Excel students can take additional courses and tutoring, and minutes from College Excel's Community House, where students receive personal guidance and daily support from CE's team of certified life coaches.

About College Excel:
College Excel supports students from around the country, ages 18-27, who are ready to begin or to continue college.  Students enrolled in College Excel work closely with an academic coach, advisor and learning specialist to build an individual program that meets their specific academic needs.  They may choose from accredited college courses taught by the best local college professors in the comfort of CE's private classroom, as well as skill development courses on topics such as writing, tests, math and time management.  Support services led by learning specialists include on-going academic coaching, advising, learning disability support, tutoring, study groups, grade checks and transfer mentoring.

Visit www.collegeexcel.com, for a comprehensive look at College Excel's tools for success in college - and in life.

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