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Not sure if Coaching is for You?

Take our coaching self-assessment! It will ask you about your strengths, areas you would like to work on and ask you if you would like to schedule an appointment with a professional or peer coach. 

 

Ready  to book an appointment with a coach? 

Call us at 707-826-5217 or book online!

You can book online by clicking on the link below and scheduling through Tutor Trac 
» Schedule An Appointment With A Coach

When you click this link, log in using your Humboldt username and password and select Academic Coaching. 

 

If you experience accessibility-related barriers with using TutorTrac's appointment scheduling feature, please come in person, call, or email the Learning Center to make an appointment.

 

Academic Coaching Hours:

Closed for Summer 2022

 

 Have questions about the program? Contact the Coordinator, Michele Miyamoto at mem797@humboldt.edu

 



 

 

Welcome! Academic Coaching will re-open August 29 2022

Plan to visit us early in the Spring semester. We will FINALLY be back in the Library offering face to face appointments.

Essential points to jumpstart your success:

-Download a copy of Semester on a Page and personalize all of your deadlines for important exams and projects.

-Set up your weekly planner, either on paper or using Google Calendar.

-Consider using a daily to-do list and enter your daily tasks into your weekly planner.

-Remember, your planner isn't just for academics, but should include your self-care, employment, social events, mentorship, office hours, campus events - it works best when you can see everything you do in one place.

 

Academic Peer Coaching

Academic peer coaches are available to help you develop and implement study strategies that will help you achieve your academic goals at Cal Poly Humboldt. Coaching appointments are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Peer coaches are available to meet by appointment on the following topics:

  • Goal setting, time management, and planning.

  • Creating learning teams for your courses.

  • Online learning check up.

  • Creating an effective study environment.
  • Effective study techniques, such as note taking, spaced learning and repetition, self-testing, etc.

  • Class engagement: speaking in class, communicating with faculty through email, and preparing for faculty office hours.

  • Navigating Zoom, Canvas, and other platforms.