The GO Mentoring Program offers individual, short-term, targeted assistance to help you develop better organizational skills, including improved organization of course materials and study habits, time management, priorities, connections to resources, and steps for completing tasks.
This program helps you to address concerns in a timely manner, and keep everything on track, preventing the loss of good academic standing.
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We help you organize:
- Materials and study habits for academics
- Your time and extracurricular/social schedule
- Your priorities
We help you to discover:
- Connections to the right resources
- Thoughts and ideas to tackle bigger projects
GO Mentoring will help you become more motivated to succeed, and will enable you to continue building upon your success.
- Shannon Greene (Major: Bio-Medical Science)
- Hannah Paulding (Major: Biomedical Science, Minor: Math)
- Derrick Elder (Special Education; BA Music Education)
Faculty and Staff
- Prof. Lisa Jamerson (Nursing)
- Prof. Alissa Keith (English)
- Prof. Keith Smith (Criminology)
- Prof. RiCharde (Psychological Science)
- Prof. Elza Tiner (Latin)
- Prof. Candace Todd (Communication)
- Ms. Terry Bodine (Housing and Residence Life)
- Prof. Sharon Foreman (Sociology)
- Ms. Shelbie Filson (College of Arts and Sciences)
- Prof. Mina Chun (Special Education)
GO Program Administrators
- Karen Hatter (Program Coordinator of Academic Coaching, Academic Achievement Center)
- Jonathan Fries (Director of Second-Year, Transfer, and Non-Traditional Student Programs)
- Brennan Gourley (Program & Advising Coordinator for Second-Year, Transfer & Transition Initiatives)
Appointments can be made with faculty, staff, or peer GO Mentors through “Online Forms” on MyLC. Questions about GO Mentoring should be sent to Karen Hatter, Program Coordinator of Academic Coaching, at email@example.com.
Our events — called Pit Stops — present just a portion of what students can expect to receive from a one-on-one GO Mentor session.
During the semester we hold several Pit Stops in different locations, on different topics These Pit Stops consist of one to two Peer Mentors presenting valuable information to a group of students in a comfortable setting.
Everyone on campus can benefit from these Pit Stops, so bring a friend!
To find out when and where our next Pit Stop will be check out our Facebook calendar.
GO Mentoring is not a substitute for the Academic Coaching Program, which provides weekly academic coaching meetings for students on academic probation.