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Learning Commons

Our team of librarians, tutors, and academic professionals provide exceptional support in research, tutoring, and academic enrichment for our Blue Devil family. Our mission is to design academic programming and learning environments that cultivate a community of engaged learners. We enrich the academic community by providing exceptional resources and services.

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Welcome Blues Devils!

The Learning Commons is a shared space where students are able to access and utilize technology, tutoring, and collaboration areas.  Study rooms, computers, academic resources, and professional employees are available to support the KCKCC academic community. The Dean of Academic Support & Assessment, Office of Assessment, Learning Services, KCKCC Library, and Online Education Services are all housed in the Learning Commons.

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Meet our Leaders

Ceclilia Brewer, Dean

Cecelia Brewer, Dean of Academic Support and Assessment

Cecelia Brewer joined KCKCC as Dean of Academic Support and Assessment in fall 2018.  This new division contains: the Center for Teaching Excellence, Honors and Phi Theta Kappa, Learning Commons, and Online Education Services.  Prior to her arrival at KCKCC, she worked for over 20 years in higher education as an administrator and faculty member; consistently devoting her energy to the success of all students.

Amanda Williams

Amanda Williams, Director of the Learning Commons

Ms. Williams has dedicated her career to student success. With over 20 years’ experience in higher education, she provides leadership for Learning Services and the Library at KCKCC. Ms. Williams earned her Master’s in Counseling and Guidance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Pittsburg State University. A lifelong learner, Ms. Williams is actively pursuing her doctorate in Human Capital Management from Bellevue University. Ms. Williams’ interests include student retention, strengths development, employee engagement, and creating learning spaces that foster creativity and innovation.