Let me just share a paper on Integrative Education that I and my favorite co-author presented at a conference concerned with the future of the university.
The conference version:
Awbrey, S.M., and Awbrey, J.L. (September 1999), “Organizations of Learning or Learning Organizations: The Challenge of Creating Integrative Universities for the Next Century”, Second International Conference of the Journal ‘Organization’, Re-Organizing Knowledge, Trans-Forming Institutions: Knowing, Knowledge, and the University in the 21st Century, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. Online.
The published version:
Awbrey, S.M., and Awbrey, J.L. (May 2001), “Conceptual Barriers to Creating Integrative Universities”, Organization: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Organization, Theory, and Society 8(2), Sage Publications, London, UK, pp. 269–284. Abstract.
Speaking of "resource constrained", the comment boxes are a bit short on amenities, so I'll add further comments below.
On a more concrete level, my sources tell me that Virginia Tech has been running a very successful "Math Lab" or "Math Emporium" program for several years now. A number of other universities have taken this approach as a model and begun to adapt it to their particular requirements. Here are a couple of links: