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Academic Success Coaching

What is Academic Success Coaching?

Success Coaches meet one-on-one with undergraduate students to educate students about university-wide resources and develop personal plans to facilitate student success.   Based on your needs, we can explore strategies for success which include but is not limited to the following topics:

  • Study Strategies— effective methods on how to study, methods for note-taking, how best to organize notes
  • Financial Awareness—Knowing deadlines for Financial Aid, scholarships, and  understanding how changes in Academic Standing can affect aid
  • Academic Planning—Goal setting and developing strategies to improve academic performance
  • Time Management—How to balance work, school, and life responsibilities
  • Self-Awareness—Helping students understand strengths, values, interests, purpose, and passion. How to be responsible for their own actions and decisions.
  • Academic Probation—Explore academic standing and discuss ways to improve your academic decisions and success.
  • Campus Engagement—How to make the most out of your NSU experience.
  • Academic and Student Support Resources—Learn about resources available to support your academic, social and personal success. 

How do I make an appointment for Academic Success Coaching?

There are several ways to request an appointment for academic success coaching at NSU.

  • Schedule an appointment here.
  • You can e-mail us at and a member of our office will call you to set up an appointment
  • You can also call our office directly at (954) 262-8386.
  • Visit our office located in the Rosenthal Student Center, Room 104. 

ASC Model and Table

"Integration of a Theoretical Framework to Enhance Student Retention and Completion: Nova Southeastern University’s Success Coaching Model." Co-authors Sheila Fabius, M.P.A, Gabrielle Grant, M.A., M.S. and Adam Gorelick, B.A. In Proceedings of the 8th Annual National Symposium on Student Retention. October 28-31, 2012. New Orleans, LA. Vol 1. pp. 234-241.

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