Academic Success Navigator

Make an appointment with an Academic Success Navigator!

To get placed in academic skills coaching, hear about campus services, or devise an academic success plan, schedule directly through the Navigate app.

Once logged into the Navigate app:

  1. Click “Appointments” and then “Schedule an Appointment”.
  2. Select "Academic Support" for the Care Unit.
  3. Select "Academic Success Center" for the Location.
  4. Select "Academic Success Navigator" for the Service.
  5. Choose from available days/times.
    • Elizabeth

      Coordinator for Academic Success Navigator Unit

      Elizabeth Helmick


    • Liz standing in front of a pine tree with a white tank, necklace, hair down, and smiling.

      Academic Success Navigator - Graduate Assistant

      Liz Welu


    • Ralph

      Academic Success Navigator - Graduate Assistant

      Falistus Raphael Hajdor


    • Savannah Evans

      Peer Academic Success Navigator

      Savannah E.


    I felt heard and understood [by my Academic Success Navigator]. And it was great to learn there were many options with step-by-step help.

    The Academic Success Navigator appointment is a great option if you don't know the ins and outs of each Academic Success Center service and want to make the most out of our offerings. You will meet one-on-one with a Navigator to share your academic goals and challenges and receive personalized referrals to ASC services and other campus resources. The Navigator will also walk you through the step-by-step processes to receive academic support, such as applying for tutoring or making an academic coaching appointment. This is also an ideal option for those who are looking for a one-time appointment to learn some study skills and access self-guided resources.

    What it is:

    • Individualized approach to connecting students to resources within the ASC
    • Open and inviting approach to connecting directly with students
    • Opportunity to make additional referrals as appropriate to other DSO/campus units (Academic Advising, SAS, Student Assistance, Student Counseling, etc.) when support beyond ASC resources may be needed

    What it's not:

    • This service is not meant to replace existing resources/processes that already exist on campus (academic advising, financial aid, etc.).
    • This service will not replace an ongoing connection to a helping professional (i.e. mental health care).
    • This service is not academic skills coaching.

    Who is it for?

    • Students who may need additional affirmation/confirmation of their academic support needs
    • Any student who doesn't know where to begin but wants a connection to our resources