The Center for Academic Success offers academic coaching to students who are looking to improve their academic and college transitional skills. These skills include but are not limited to: study strategies, time management, organization, goal setting, and note-taking.

Students can schedule a meeting with a professional staff or Peer Academic Coach (PAC) to discuss their academic performance and to co-create an academic success plan that will guide them throughout the semester. An Academic Coach will meet with you to discuss:

  • School related anxiety
  • Understanding academic policies
  • Creating a study schedule
  • Time management and balancing student-life responsibilities
  • and more!
  • Learning outcomes of the coaching session
    • Identify areas of academic concern
    • Develop skills and strategies to achieve academic success
    • Demonstrate self-sufficiency in making progress towards academic success
  • Students we serve
    • Students interested in gaining stronger academic skills
    • PAW Students (academic probation)
    • SAP Appeals/Financial Aid referrals
    • Readmitted Students
    • Admission Appeals
    • Early Alert Students
    • IGNITE Students
  • Faculty and staff referral process
    • Faculty and staff may refer a student for academic coaching by issuing an alert through EAB Navigate
    • Faculty and staff may refer a student by calling 678-839-6280 or visiting our office in UCC 200 suite
  • Reasons for referrals
    • Poor attendance
    • Low test scores
    • Poor study habits
    • Trouble with time management and organization
    • Challenge with transitioning to UWG
  • Make a coaching appointment

    Visit our office or call our front desk at (678) 839-6280

  • Academic coaching contact information


  • Become a peer academic coach

    Students interested in becoming a Peer Academic Coach should apply online. Please list UWG staff and faculty as your references in the online application.