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Success Coaching

Success Coaches help you develop and implement study strategies that will help you achieve your academic goals at Salisbury University. Coaches are graduate assistants who are trained and supervised by a learning specialist. Services are provided free to currently enrolled students.

To schedule a Success Coaching appointment, please sign up via Navigate (Step-by Step Directions Here) by clicking the button below. We will email you the meeting link in Zoom once you are scheduled. If you are unable to schedule via Navigate please call the CSA at 410-677-4865 or email Seth Endicott at saendicott@salisbury.edu 

Schedule a Success Coaching Appointment

Success Coaching is an alliance between the student and coach to discover who the student is and how he or she can be successful. Individual meetings can be scheduled throughout the semester with an academic coach to develop study skills, set goals, and ask for academic guidance. The CSA's goal is to help students perform to the best of their abilities. We can help you if you are looking for any of the following:

  • Assistance in organizing and planning your semester
  • Someone to keep you accountable for your academic plans
  • Help improving academic study skills (time management, note-taking, test-taking, etc.)
  • Referral to other appropriate campus resources

Success Coaching can help a student discover how he or she learns, provide him or her with structure and organizational skills, and give him or her feedback on progress and growth. Meetings can be scheduled for 30 minutes or 1 hour, depending on you and your success coach's availability and preference.

Success coaching is for EVERYBODY. Whether you are a 4.0 student, or struggling to get by academically, let a Success Coach work with you to help you reach your full academic potential. All Success Coaching appointments are held virtually OR in the Center for Student Achievement (GAC 270). We hope to see you there!

Screen shot of Studying with the CSA - image is link to youtube video