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CRDEUL closes its doors, but keeps web site open

After twelve years in existence, on June 30, 2008, the Center for Research on Developmental Education and Urban literacy, which was created, funded and encouraged by the former General College, was closed by the College of Education and Human Development. Our Web site, with links to downloadable copies of our publications, etc., will remain active for researchers in the field.

Our latest book

CRDEUL and the Pedagogy and Student Services for Institutional Transformation (PASS IT) project are pleased to announce the publication of Pedagogy and Student Services for Institutional Transformation: Implementing Universal Design in Higher Education. This book builds upon the pervious success of Curriculum Transformation and Disability: Implementing Universal Design in Higher Education, published by CRDEUL in 2003 and now out of print. Please click on the following link for a PDF copy of the entire book. Download a free copy of PASS IT. Contact Emily Goff at if you would like more information about the book or any other PASS IT materials.

Final CRDEUL CenterPoints newsletter, Spring 2008

Read about the history and accomplishments of the Center over its 12 year life. Learn about the breadth of the PASS IT grand program and their latest research. Read Jeanne Higbee's farewell column as interim director of CRDEUL, and find links that still connect you to those working in the field of developmental education. CenterPoints, Spring 2008

Most recent CRDEUL Monograph

The Center has published its final monograph, number 7 in our series, titled Diversity and the Postsecondary Experience, which includes both regional and national authors. Topics range from the experiences of Japanese women students, psychological disabilities in health science programs, to a closing assessment of General College. Six previous monographs are also available in PDF format at this site.