College Coaching Services

Build Your Student's Confidence, Time Management Organization & Self-Advocacy Skills To Create College Success - 

Freshman Year Through Graduation!

New College Students

Learning the new (often 'hidden') systems of college can be tricky and overwhelming. New college students 'don't know what they don't know' so a little extra support can be just what your new college student needs! Jennifer Sullivan meets with new college students in their first year of college and beyond - working with your student every step of the way.

Send your student off to college with reassurance that an experienced educator is supporting and guiding their transition to college.

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Students with Learning Disabilities

This package provides expert support as your student begins their freshman year of college. Often beginning 2 weeks before the semester starts, students will be guided by a professional who prepares them for the academic and executive functioning issues and challenges they may encounter. Conversations about self-awareness, learning styles and the accommodation process help students to identify academic and disability supports on their campus that can support their learning disability.

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Students with Autism

This package provides expert support as your student begins their freshman year of college. Often beginning 4 weeks before the semester begins, students will be guided by an expert educator who prepares your student for the academic, executive functioning, social and self-advocacy issues and challenges that your new college student may encounter. Virtual coaching sessions offer structure and predictability to your student's schedule. 

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Students with Executive Functioning Challenges

This package provides expert support as your student begins their freshman year of college. Often beginning 2 weeks before the semester begins, students will be guided by an experienced coach who prepares your student for the executive functioning issues and challenges that your new college student may encounter. Support includes reminders to check college email, time management, organization and planning.

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Struggling  College Students

We understand there are many reasons why students struggle. We help disengaged students  understand that they can 'do college' and most importantly put into place a plan with concrete strategies to create college success. We help students connect with their campus supports and understand how to function effectively within their college's academic, technology and social structures.

We specialize in explaining the variety of disability supports available to college students and discuss the accommodation process walking beside your student (and their parents) every step of the way.

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Students Who Experienced a Difficult Semester

Expert support will help your student process previous difficult college experiences and identify a plan for future success. Building your student's confidence and belief in themselves as a capable learner is essential. Building rapport from Day 1, we are experienced in working with the most reluctant or disengaged learners. 

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Transferring to a New College After a Previous Difficult Experience

College systems are tricky to navigate and we help students proactively identify and navigate support systems within their new campus environment. We also help students process previous difficult experiences (if necessary) to address emotional obstacles to success. 

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Re-Entry After a Withdrawal / Medical Leave

Creating a support plan that includes connections to campus and community supports is extremely important for a student returning to campus after medical or academic withdrawal. Jennifer Sullivan helps families and students proactively navigate the return to campus with proactive planning and conversations about structure that is best for your student in addition to connecting to a network of supports . 

EXPERTISE IN HELPING STUDENTS APPLY EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING SKILLS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Building time management skills

  • Create daily structure for homework completion

  • Identify and utilize tools to support organization of papers, belongings & electronic files

  • Decrease procrastination

  • Connect with campus academic and mental health supports

  • Increase self-advocacy skills and ability to talk to professors with confidence 

  • Create productivity habits that will lead to success whether learning on campus or virtually at home

  • Connecting to accessibility supports and help navigating the accommodation request process

  • Reminders to regularly check email and online learning management systems

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