- ACTP Tutor of the Year Award 2018, 2014, 2011, 2009
- 2009 ACTP Tutoring Program Award of Excellence
- 2011 - 2026 CRLA Master Tutor Training Certification (Levels 1- 3)
- 2006 - 2011 College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Tutor Training Certification (Levels 1-2)
- 2000 – 2020 International Center of Supplemental Instruction Certification
- 2022 NCLCA President’s Outstanding Learning Center Award for Specialized Populations
- 2020 LSCHE/NCLCA Website Excellence Award- 1st Place
- 2019 Gates Foundation / Global Silicon Valley Thought Leader Program
- 2017 NCLCA Learning Center Leadership Certification level 4 (lifetime), Geoff Bailey
- 2017 NCLCA Innovative Technology Award (REACH Hackademic Series, Mark Woolwine)
- 2016 UofL TRIO Student Support Services Supporter of the Year award, Geoff Bailey
- NCLCA/LSCHE (National College Learning Center Association / Learning Support Centers in Higher Education) Website of Excellence award 2006 (2nd), 2008 (3rd), 2009 (2nd), and 2010 (3rd)
- 2003 UofL Disability Resource Center Outstanding Service Award (REACH)
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