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Peer Academic Coaching

 

Peer Academic Coaching provides relaxed open study spaces for students to work individually or in study groups. During these sessions, students have the opportunity to receive content support from Peer Academic Coaches (PACs), attend workshops, learn subject-specific study skills, and participate in exam review sessions. Students will always know when and where they can access peer support.

 

Subjects

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?

  • Open study!  Come and go as you’d like.  
  • Content support with PACs
  • Study groups
  • Study skills instruction (e.g. Time management, organization, planning, notetaking, exam preparation, etc.)
  • Exam review sessions
  • Q/A with Peer Academic Coaches about the content and the major
  • A supportive and welcoming learning community among students with similar academic interests

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 Questions about PAC?  Email our Peer Academic Support Coordinator, Brenda Pashley-Rabbitt 

accountability groups

Accountability Groups are small groups of students (usually 3-10 people) who meet weekly for structured study.  Peer Academic Coaches are available to help break down larger assignments, create study goals, and offer academic coaching.  Two hour sessions include two 5-10 minute check-in/goal setting followed by independent work time.  

For the Spring 24 semester, we have accountability groups running Sunday-Thursday 7-9PM in Lib 128A.  Register online here: Accountability Groups