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ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM

THE ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENT

LEARNING PAVILION

fostering excellence through

peer learning

DIVISION OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION


“Peer-facilitated learning has been an amazing experience for me. The facilitators are

great people and excellent teachers who want us to excel and really learn the material, not

just memorize it. They make time to help us whenever we need it.”


PROJECT OVERVIEW

Design Plan

Additional 3,335 square feet achieved by

enclosing the existing patio.

What it accomplishes

Provides space for 16 additional peerfacilitated

learning or counseling areas.

Specialized peer-facilitated learning labs

for 450 courses in sciences, social

sciences and humanities.

Helps bridge education gap for AAP

students by providing specialized space for

small group learning sessions.

Flexible group study spaces, technologyrich

workstations and multi-media areas.

Enhances AAP’s capacity to serve the

growing population of students seeking its

services.

New visitor-friendly entrance lobby with

improved signage.

Makes it easier for students, faculty,

counselors and staff to access the many

services available in the building.


NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

Visionary philanthropy is essential to completing this important project. The following

naming opportunities are available to one or more donors. Your gift to UCLA is an

investment in the power of human potential and will have a lasting impact on generations

yet to come. Be a part of UCLA’s mission of academic excellence in perpetuity by helping

to build the Academic Advancement Learning Pavilion in Campbell Hall.

$5 Million Learning Pavilion

$1 Million Seminar Room (five available)

$500,000 Renovation of adjacent peer learning space

Signage will be dependent upon level of commitment

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