Peer academic success mentors are available to meet with students who want to improve their academic and self-management skills. Trained staff work collaboratively with students to identify unique learning strengths, develop individual plans for academic support, and promote self-confidence and independence in areas such as study skills, time management, test-taking strategies, and more.
What do Academic Success Mentors Do?
- Academic success mentors meet one-on-one with students (in-person or online) to discuss strategies for reaching student goals. Get help with study strategies, note taking, motivation, organization, and much more.
- Peer success mentors design and coordinate resources to help build student academic skills. Resources are organized into CORE categories: communication, organization, reading & studying, and educational.
- Peer success mentors facilitate small group workshops designed to help students meet the demands of college-level academics.
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Request a Workshop
Academic workshops are designed to provide students with an interactive experience to enhance their academic learning. Workshops are organized by topic and are designed to meet the demands of college-level academics.
Workshops are offered by request. Faculty, student organization groups, etc. may request a workshop or collaborate with Academic Success Initiatives and Support staff to customize a workshop that meets their specific needs.
Topics include Goal Setting, Reading, Note Taking, Time Management, Studying, Organization, Test Taking, Stress Management...and more.
For specific questions, contact the Academic Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 757-683-5370.