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Director of the Academic Resource Center
Amanda Haney-Cech headshot
Office #
Andrews 306
MA-Liberal Learning, Marietta College (2006); BA-English, University of Cincinnati (1998); AA-Liberal Arts, Washington State Community College (1996)
Year Appointed
Courses - Fall
  • American Leaders in Gender Issues
  • PioPrep Foundations

Amanda serves as the Director of the Academic Resource Center, overseeing all aspects of the department. Students meet with her in groups or individually to learn how to be academically successful. She presents workshops on various subjects for the campus community covering such topics as time-management, study-skills, motivation, note-taking and test-taking to name a few.

In addition to her role in the ARC, Ms. Haney-Cech teaches First Year Experience (FYE) courses to promote student success. She teaches FYE 102 and FYE 105 courses each year to support and strengthen students' skills in developing learning strategies.

Prior to joining the team at Marietta College, Amanda was the Assistant Director of the Upward Bound College Prep Academy at Washington State Community College. Her entire career has been devoted to working with students to achieve the dream of higher education.

Amanda earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Cincinnati and her Master of Arts in Liberal Learning from Marietta College. She and her husband David live in Marietta with their daughter Geneva.