Fall 2020 Remote Drop-in Hours
All Coaches will have remote drop-in hours every Tuesday from 10 a.m. - noon while classes are in session. Scroll below to find your coach, send them an email and they will send you the link. We look forward to connecting with you!
What does a Success Coach do?
The Success Coach role at Wichita State is to provide support to both faculty and students on a department level as well as one-on-one. The Coaches will help faculty and department chairs identify possible barriers to student persistence and help them develop strategies on how to improve retention and graduation rates among their students.
The Coaches also provide students with academic support in areas such as time management, procrastination, test preparation, note taking, reading strategies and accountability. They are able to work individually with students, assess their strengths and needs and develop a personalized plan of action. Students are welcome to stop by anytime for assistance, however scheduling a meeting in advance is encouraged.
If you are required to complete a Success Plan, you should contact your Success Coach to schedule an appointment as soon as you can.
Meet Your Success Coach
Chelsea Dey, Success Coach,
College of Health Professions
Ahlberg Hall, room 423
Debbie Haslam, Success Coach,
Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Lindquist Hall, room 302
Dr. Jamie Hollon, Success Coach,
Barton School of Business and College of Engineering
Clinton Hall, room 131
Stephanie Cockrell, Success Coach,
College of Fine Arts and College of Applied Studies
316-978-6274 - McKnight Art Center, room 319
316-978-6274 - Corbin Education Center, room 252E
Schedule an appointment from myWSU!
You may schedule an appointment with your Success Coach by logging into myWSU, clicking on the Schedule an Advising Appt link in the Student Tools box, and then clicking on the blue bar that says Get Tutoring/Advising and following the prompts.