Academic Skills Coaching

Working hard in high school doesn't always prepare you for the pace, volume, and complexity of a Stanford education. Use these resources to address time management, procrastination, reading comprehension and retention, and other skill sets to help you become a more sophisticated and effective learner.
Find Out More About Academic Skills Coaching
Meet with an academic skills coach who will observe your strategies and techniques, suggest changes to your approach, and provide encouragement as you implement new ways of learning. Clicking "Make an Appointment" takes you to a Google calendar where you can schedule your own appointment. PLEASE NOTE: IF YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT WAS CREATED IN A DIFFERENT TIME ZONE YOUR APPOINTMENT MAY NOT APPEAR AS SCHEDULED. ALL APPOINTMENTS MUST BE MADE IN LOCAL TIME.
Read this blog to learn more about developing specific skills and strategies.
Use this inventory to identify skills you're using and get ideas on new ones to try.
Print these handouts and templates to enhance and guide your learning.
Learning alongside other students can be more effective and fun than studying solo. Join an existing group or start a new one.
It's not about how epic your failure is, it's about what you learn from it.
Let us know if you would like someone to speak with your dorm or student group on a particular academic skills topic.