Academic Coaching has moved to the Center for Academic Achievement (CFAA)
Thank you to our wonderful PACE Coaches from the last two years. We appreciate your dedication in helping students to reach their full potential. We wish you the best!
Master's degree candidate in Speech-Language Pathology
B.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, Appalachian State University
My perfect day would be going on a hike with my dog and then floating down the river!
Why I want to be a coach: There were many times throughout my undergraduate experience that I would have loved a chance to talk with an older student about test anxiety, study skills, and time management. I am excited to work with students and help them make the most out of their college career!
Master's degree candidate in Counseling with a Clinical Mental Health Concentration
B.S., Sociology with a minor in Psychology, East Tennessee State University
I am an ETSU Alumna, I am a twin, and I love reading.
Why I want to be a coach: I want to serve as an Academic Coach because I personally gain fulfillment from helping others maximize their potential.
Academic coaching has moved to CFAA. If you have questions, feel free to reach out by email (email@example.com) or telephone
(423-439-7111). You can also stop by the CFAA on the first floor of the library in