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Academic Coaching

Academic coaches assist Drexel University students with the development and strengthening of skills that promote resilience, confidence, and self-directed learning.

The Center Learning and Academic Success Services offers both peer and professional academic coaching. Academic coaches work with students on any topic related to being successful academically, including study skills, time management, navigating Drexel, organization skills, test-taking, etc. Students will be encouraged to set goals and work towards accomplishing them through participation in a combination of individual coaching, identification and utilization of resources, and targeted action planning.

How To Make an Appointment With CLASS

This short presentation provides an overview of the process students must take when booking an appointment with a peer academic coach or tutor.

Peer Academic Coaching

Schedule an Appointment with a Peer Academic Coach

  • Log in to DrexelOne using your Drexel user ID and password, then select the "Academics" tab and follow the link to Accudemia in the "Academic Support" section.
  • Go to "Appointments" and "Wizard," select "Center for Learning and Academic Success" at the center, indicate which days you are available, and select "PEER" as the subject area.
  • If you have any questions about making an appointment, please contact the CLASS at

Interested in Being an Academic Coach?

If you have any questions about applying to be an academic coach, please email the or stop by the CLASS office.

Professional Academic Coaching

Staff provide academic coaching by appointment. To make an appointment, call 215.895.2294 or email

Learning Specialist

A Learning Specialist is available to work with students who have learning or other disabilities. The Learning Specialist provides structured academic support with an emphasis on adaptive learning strategies, executive function coaching, and campus resource utilization. For more information, call 215.895.2294 or email

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