The Coordinator I – Academic Coach provides academic and personal adjustment support for low to to high achievingstudents. Academic Coaches assist students in developing a comprehensive academic action plan for success andpersistence at UT. Coaches also identify and provide strategic outreach to various student populations who are at risk andare in need of ongoing assistance. Academic Coaching appointments focus on time management, learning strategies, andcreating academic goals and action plans. In addition, the Coordinator I AcademicCoach will assist the SSC leadershipteam with the day to day operations of the center.
• Provide academic coaching (time management, goal setting, learning strategies, etc.) to diverse student populations;assist students in the resolution of academic problems;
• Teach First Year Studies 101 (Fall term for entering freshmen) and CE 205 (Spring term for freshmen on academicprobation);
• Conduct workshops and outreach presentations to teach learning strategies and proper academic habits;
• Develop, implement, and assess Student Success Center programs as the unit expands programming to meet the needsof the campus community;
• Prepare regular data and assessment reports as requested;
• Participate in campus wide outreach activities, representing the SSC at Admissions events, freshman summer orientation,and campus requests for programming
• Attend new student orientations, open houses and recruitment events as needed;
• Attend weekly leadership and department meetings;
• Actively engage in professional development opportunities;
• Encourage professionalism and positive interactions throughout the office.
Academic coaching includes the following:
• One on one meetings with students to develop learning and life strategies promoting academic success of meetings focus on developing skills in time management, managing freedom, goal setting, test preparation, and other academic success skills and strategies; discussions center upon developing critical and creative thinking skills, problem solving, and inter and intrapersonal skills, resulting in improved success in the classroom, stronger connections to the campus community, and achievement of goals.
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Jessica Osborne or Talisha Adams 865-974-6641