Academic coaching is available by appointment to assist students with the academic skills listed below, which are needed to be successful at a major research institution such as Auburn University. Each student is assessed regarding his/her academic skills and emotional/psychological well-being by a counselor. Based on the assessment, a student may be referred to other resources on campus or in the community. Students who are experiencing more long-term issues and difficulties, including but not limited to: major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, learning disabilities, abusive relationships, suicidal ideation, and other difficulties that cannot be resolved through the problem-solving model will be referred to other resources for assistance. There may or may not be a cost associated with those services.

Academic coaching is short-term, free, and available to every Auburn University undergraduate student. Academic coaches meet with students for a maximum of five sessions per semester. The first two sessions will focus on academic (1) workload management and (2) academic goal-setting and follow-through. The next three sessions will focus on three of the remaining topics from the list below.

Please note: Academic Support is now charging for missed appointments.

Academic coaching focuses on:

  • Academic workload management
  • Academic goal-setting and follow-through
  • Textbook reading
  • Note taking
  • Memory strategies
  • Test Preparation
  • Concentration
  • Time management

If you have any questions, please email or call our office at 334.844.5972.

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