ERIC Number: ED037171
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Jun-6
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[The Basic Education and Enrichment Program at Elizabeth City State College.] Annual Report
Elizabeth City State Univ., NC.
The Basic Education and Enrichment Program (BEE) was established at Elizabeth City State College in September 1968. Its basic purpose is to offer freshmen innovative educational assistance in acquiring skills needed for the successful completion of college. BEE consists of three types of activities: tutoring sessions, counseling, and testing. All incoming freshmen are required to participate in the program during their first semester. During the second semester, participation is required for those with a low grade point average, and those with a D or F in English or mathematics. Superior students in the sophomore, junior and senior classes serve as tutors and are compensated for their services with funds from the College-Work-Study grant. The BEE Program is an autonomous campus unit but works in close cooperation with the Departments of Education, Modern Languages and Mathematics. During its first year of operation, 328 freshmen, 30 tutors, a Coordinator, an Assistant Coordinator, two Counselor-tutor trainers and a secretary took part in the Program. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Elizabeth City State Univ., NC.