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Student Enrichment Center


Mission Statement

The Student Enrichment Center’s mission is to increase at-risk student persistence and completion by identifying at-risk students and providing access to personalized support and assistance to promote academic success. 

Academic Coaching, Workplace Readiness, and Financial Literacy

The Student Enrichment Center (SEC) provides a variety of support services to Cameron University students facing obstacles to successful degree completion. The Student Enrichment Center is funded through a Title III Strengthening Institutions Federal Grant.

STUDENT SUCCESS COACHES

Student Success Coaches work individually with CU students to improve goal setting, learning strategies, time management, and organizational skills. Student Success Coaches can also assist students in navigating academic life.

FINANCIAL RESOURCE SPECIALISTS 

Have a question about how to pay for college?

Cameron now offers a student-centered counseling service to discuss the costs of college, funding options, financial aid, billing, CU scholarships, and external funding sources. Students can also explore the basics of budgeting, saving, investing, spending, managing debt, and making financial decisions to fit their lives.

Resources

  • OKMM Budgeting Tool
  • Check Your Credit Reports - You are allowed 1 free credit report every 12 months from each agency. Spread it out throughout the year to monitor your credit and check for identity theft.

WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR

The Work-based Learning Experiences Coordinator helps CU students develop job skills and professional development through the CU Learn to Earn program which combines work-study, job shadowing, and internships. The Work-based Learning Experiences Coordinator can also help students be more prepared for the workplace through training and workshops.

COMMUNITY RESOURCE COORDINATOR

The Community Resource Coordinator connects CU students with a variety of community resources that address food, housing, mental health, healthcare, and other needs.

For more information or to make an appointment, contact the Student Enrichment Center at 580-581-5908. The Center is located in Nance-Boyer 2075.