The Academic Coaching program at the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) focuses on individual student needs to develop independent student success.
Academic coaching provides assistance outside of content areas for students in need of organizational and study skills based assistance. Coaching helps students develop independent methods for success, including developing academic plans or working in line with CAE support services like the University Writing Center to help you with planning out your research paper timeline.
The CAE offers peer and professional academic coaching throughout the semester for free in the following areas:
Drew’s Academic Coaches are College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) trained and specialize in providing skills that students can transmit across content/subject areas throughout their college career.
Please make an appointment with a peer or professional academic coach on WConline.
Academic Coaching Workshops Fall 2017 are one-hour, free and open to all Drew students. They will take place in EC 145 unless otherwise noted. No registration is necessary.
All workshops are designed to help students develop more effective organizational and study skills. Strategies, tools and techniques for managing time, stress, and procrastination, as well as maintaining motivation and a growth mindset, will be discussed.
Students (both undergraduate and graduate) can apply to work as subject tutors, writing or language specialists, peer academic coaches or desk staff.