Academic Coaching

Academic Coaching

Academic Coaching Program

Rowan's Academic Coaching Program is a tailored approach to each student’s specific needs. General topics covered in meetings include helping students navigate university life, time management, organization and other core skills. The defining goal of the Academic Coaching Program is to help students achieve self-mastery of their executive functioning, be it through attention to social or academic needs. Additionally, the program connects students with other resources on campus and ensures awareness of their specific accommodations. 

We Are Located on the 3rd Floor of Savitz Hall, Suite 304


Monday 8:30am-4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am-4:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am-4:30
Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm
Friday 8:30am-4:30pm | (856) 256-4259

Volunteer Coaching Opportunity: Academic Success Center

This volunteer opportunity is open to any graduate students or honors students who may interested and available in working as a volunteer academic coach for the fall/spring semester. Hours are flexible and volunteers can offer as little as one hour a week, if interested. We also provide service letters at the end of the semester.

Academic Coach Position Description:

-Providing one on one academic coaching supports to students with disabilities.

-Assist student build executive functioning and self-advocacy skills as they transition into Rowan University.

For more information please contact John Woodruff at
or by phone at 856 256-4234.