A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, April 23rd to mark the completion of the new Mathematics Learning Success Center (MLSC) at Oklahoma State University. The state-of-the-art facility is located on the fifth floor of the University’s Edmond Low Library and will provide students with enhanced support to help them succeed in lower-division math courses, which are a requirement for every degree program at OSU. The Nabholz team renovated 7,500 square feet of existing space to create the new MLSC, which features a 124-seat open computer lab, two flexible tutoring labs, five small tutoring rooms and administrative space. The project was completed in just under seven months.
According to a press release issued by the University, “The MLSC will provide the latest in education software and computer technology. Highly trained tutors and a dedicated staff will coordinate and supervise the services. These new resources will provide enhancements for student learning and success. . . . The enhanced MLSC will provide more services and be able to accommodate roughly three times the current capacity of the MLRC [Mathematics Learning Resource Center].”
We applaud OSU’s strong commitment to support their students’ success in mathematics education, and we’re thankful to the University for partnering with Nabholz to create this facility that will allow them to achieve that goal.