The Peer Academic Coaching (PAC) program at the Advising and Academic Resource Center can help you develop better skills for staying organized. Our coaches will help you organize your course materials and study habits, manage your time, set priorities, and complete tasks.
This program can help you stay on track and maintain good academic standing.
We help you to discover:
- Connections to the right resources.
- Thoughts and ideas to tackle bigger projects.
Peer Academic Coaching will help you stay motivated to keep succeeding. It will also help you continue getting better grades.
Events called “Pit Stops” give students a glimpse of what they can expect from a one-on-one session with a PAC.
We have several Pit Stops during the semester, on different topics, in different locations. These Pit Stops are presentations by one to two coaches to a group of students in a relaxed setting.
Everyone on campus can attend these Pit Stops, so bring a friend!
Edith L. Simms, PhD
Director of the Learning Resource Center
Karen Hatter ’99, ’05 MEd
Academic Coaching Program Coordinator
Peer Academic Coaching is a service that helps students with their school work. This is different from the Academic Coaching Program (ACP). ACP is a service that meets with students on academic probation every week to help them improve their grades.