Through individual meetings, our trained faculty coaches work with students to establish academic goals as they engage in a process of experimentation and practice. Coaching is student-driven, based on each student’s definition of academic success. Coaches serve as facilitators for that success—supporting students to draw upon their own self-understanding and resourcefulness to create systems that will work for them, as individuals. Coaches encourage progress and attainment of goals. Depending upon individual needs, coaches may also provide education about executive function and ADHD.
Students come to Coaching Services for support with self-management related skills including the following:
- Planning and prioritizing
- Remembering to do intended tasks
- Getting started
- Sustaining motivation
- Managing long term assignments
- Following through
- Balancing academics and social life
Who can request Coaching?
Any enrolled Landmark student who wants to commit time and energy to setting goals and engaging in a process of change may request coaching.
How do students request Coaching?
There are several options for Landmark College students to request coaching:
- Submit a coaching services request form, located under Quick Links in SharkNet
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and request an appointment
- Fill out a paper request form located outside Room 016C in Edward Durell Stone Hall
Professional Certified Coaches
Each Landmark College coach has earned the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the International Coach Federation (ICF). In addition, each coach has completed a rigorous program in leadership or life coaching. Landmark College coaches specialize in supporting students who have executive function challenges.