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Victoria College's Total Learning Center offers success coaches to help students navigate the world of college. Success Coaching strives to provide the support, resources, and accountability that students need to be successful.
Working 1-on-1 with a Success Coach helps students develop their strengths, discover new strategies and resources, and come up with a plan to reach their goals.
Success Coaching is available to all Victoria College students. Request a success coach by using our online request form.
Before your first success coaching appointment, review the Victoria College Success Coaching Meeting handout.
Coaches are available by appointment.
What is Success Coaching at Victoria College?
In Success Coaching, students and coaches develop working relationships through scheduled meetings or the Student Success Course (SDEV 0012). Coaches meet with student to help:
- Facilitate a successful transition to Victoria College
- Establish priorities and set goals
- Demonstrate various study strategies.
- Demonstrate strategies for organizational management
- Encourage use of daily schedules and routines
- Through various decision-making processes
- Increase awareness of procrastination and identify ways to get back on track
- Identify strategies for breaking down projects into manageable and achievable tasks
- With exam preparation and test-taking strategies
- Introduce campus resources
Success Coaching sessions are not:
- Subject tutoring
- Paper-editing workshops
- Individual course tutoring
- Personalized homework assistance
- Quick fixes/instant improvements for academic struggles
To fully benefit from the coaching experience, students must commit to attending appointments on time and consistently. They must also follow through by implementing strategies that have been discussed in the session.
Total Learning Center – Success Coaching
Johnson Hall, Suite 100
Building #3 on VC's Campus Map
Meet the Coaches & Schedule a Meeting
Disclosure Waiver: VC faculty, staff and employees are concerned about the safety and well-being of our students. If, during a conversation with a VC faculty member, staff member, or student assistant, you share information that leads us to be concerned about your safety, the safety of others, or your well-being, we may need to seek the help of the VC CARE team and/or other appropriate entities.