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

Send your student off to college with reassurance that an experienced educator is assessing their transition to college

Learning the new (often 'hidden') systems of college can be tricky and overwhelming

Jennifer Sullivan meets with new college students in their first year of college and beyond -

working with your student every step of the way.

We get to know your student because we are not a large tutoring company. We do not randomly assign students with tutors who happen to be available at that day/time.

 

You will talk with Jennifer Sullivan on Day 1 and your student will meet with her - no guessing or extra anxiety needed!

  • Improve time management

  • Create daily structure for homework completion

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

  • Build and practice study skills

  • Decrease procrastination

  • Connect with campus academic and mental health supports

  • Talk to professors with confidence 

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

Individualized, virtual coaching sessions provide your student with 1 - 3x week of support

 

Skill building in areas of: academic, social, self-advocacy or executive functioning support. 

WHO

WHAT

HOW

INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE?  LET'S TALK.

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Tell me a little bit about your student in the form below.
I'll contact you to schedule a time for us to talk. 

Struggling  College Students

We understand there are many reasons why students struggle.
We assess students' skills & provide non-judgmental, positive support & skill building.

We help students understand that they CAN 'do college' and most importantly put into place a plan with concrete strategies to create change and success!.

I help students connect with their campus supports and understand how to function effectively (and successfully) within their college's academic, technology and social structures.

I specialize in explaining the variety of disability supports available to college students and discuss the accommodation process and walk with students through the process of requesting and utilizing accommodations.

Teaching students to:

  • Improve time management

  • Create daily structure for homework completion

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

  • Build and practice study skills

  • Decrease procrastination

  • Connect with campus academic and mental health supports

  • Talk to professors with confidence 

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

Each college or university campus is unique.

 

Individualized, virtual coaching sessions provide your student with 1 - 3x week of support

College systems are tricky to navigate and a college coach can help your student navigate and connect to their campus with confidence!

WHO

WHAT

HOW

Helpful Articles for Parents:

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Interested in Working Together?
Here are the hallmarks of what we do.

1.
Easily Building Rapport with Students

We create genuine connection and trust with students in a non-judgmental environment. Students who feel safe and listened to are more likely to open up and share honestly about their strengths and struggles. Student honesty and self-awareness is the first step toward growth.

2.
Exceptional Communication with Parents

Frequent and honest communication with families is very important. Trust is built on communication. We value two-way communication.

3.
Encouraging Accountability & Independence

We provide student check-ins to provide accountability and to reinforce skill development. We also like telling students generally how awesome they are.

4.
Intentional Skill building

Embedded skills in every meeting - not just talking. Although we like to talk with students, we also use informal conversations as a way to embed important skills and topics.