Skip to content Skip to navigation
Skip to global navigation Menu

Academic coaching services are available to students who are registered with the Office for Accessibility and Educational Opportunity (AEO). Academic coaching is an inquiry-based support system that enables students who have a diagnosed disability to better understand how their particular disability influences their behavior in academic, social, and personal settings. It involves a process of reflective dialogue between student and academic coach. Through collaboration, sessions are designed to help students develop goals and strategies for balancing the demands of college life in a private, confidential space. Coaches most often work with students who are diagnosed with learning differences, ADHD, anxiety, depression, OCD, and chronic health conditions; however, academic coaching is an effective tool for students with other disabilities as well.

Areas frequently explored, but not limited to, include:

  • Time management/prioritization
  • Organization of space, belongings, ideas
  • Procrastination/perfectionism
  • Self-regulation/accountability
  • Self-advocacy skills
  • Problem-solving/decision making
  • Metacognition/learning strategies
  • Study skills, writing skills, and reading strategies

If you would like to learn more about academic coaching services, please contact us at (845) 437-7584 or email us at to speak with the director.

To learn more about our academic coaches, please take a look at their profiles on our Contact Page.

Open form in a new window