Since it was established in 1992, Elaine P. Nunez Community College has provided a vital role in helping community members in St. Bernard, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Tammany Parishes gain the skills and training to find stable, rewarding work in the region.
Nunez’s Act 360 project calls for a $7.3 million Student Success Center, which provides much-needed space for student support services from prospect status to beyond graduation. The building will house a world-class center that will provide students with supplemental training and support, utilizing emerging technologies such as synchronous and asynchronous online instruction, virtual fieldtrips, interactive video, hands-on simulation, digital and face-time tutoring, and independent learning modules in a semi-structured
environment. The mission of the center is to help retain students, especially at-risk populations.
To be determined