Graduate Student Services
Typical Coaching Session
Each student has specific goals and will create personal action plans. Topics may include:
- Time Management and Accountability
- Research Support
- Study Skills at the Graduate Level
Learning is an evolving process and best study practices are developed constantly. Reading and research at the graduate level is more intense. A coaching session may include new strategies to take better notes and to handle a demanding work load. Coaching is a resource that can help acclimate students back into an academic environment after being away from school for some time. The team can help graduate students balance and prioritize all of their commitments, such as family, work and health.
More Than A Classroom
Graduate School is more than textbooks and exams. Students may miss out on important supports, life altering opportunities and fun activities. There are many systems of support established by Suffolk University, and the academic coaches will help you navigate and engage in these arenas such as academic tutoring and research guides.
Also, organizations value professional skills that academic coaching promote including:
- Decision Making
- Focus and Attention
- Efficient organization
The coaching team is committed to help all Suffolk students bolster their self-advocacy and resiliency.
73 Tremont St., 9th floor
Phone: (617) 573-8099
Email: [email protected]