Monmouth College has a new ACE to help students

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MONMOUTH, Ill. — A new space will be open to help students succeed at Monmouth college.

ACE was a space created over the summer in the colleges Hewes library. ACE is an acronym that stands for academic and career excellence.

ACE will be the home of the Office of Student Success & Accessibility Services, the Office of the Registrar, the Wackerle Center for Career, Leadership & Fellowships, and the Office of Global Engagement.

Dean Mark Willhardt says ACE is key in bring together the offices that help students succeed.

“It’s a space where students can get their questions answered, get help with their classes, review their academic requirements and degree progress, talk about internships and career planning, and plan their off-campus study,” he said.

The College will also be adding a director of student success and accessibility services to oversee ACE. Robert Crawley will be filling the position in an interim role.

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