PAC's are here to help

Peer Academic Coaches exist to help you develop healthy learning habits through a variety of strategies. We also connect students to other campus support services.  PACs work with students who are seeking assistance in courses for which we do not have a tutor. Often having a PAC help set up a study plan and help a student execute that plan can invaluable to a students success. Make an appointment today!

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How often can I visit a Peer Academic Coach (PAC)?

Students are allowed to visit a PAC for up to one hour per week. However, additional hours may be granted at the discretion of the ARC.

How can PACs help me?

PACs help students to develop the executive functioning skills necessary for success in college. PACs provide mentorship and can help with various topics including:
  • Understanding your syllabus
  • Navigating Blackboard
  • Communicating with faulty members
  • Note taking
  • Goal setting
  • Time management
  • Presentation etiquette
  • Motivation
  • Active reading
  • Understanding your learning style
  • Developing an organizational system
  • Preparing for exams
  • Connecting to campus resources

How do I sign up for coaching?

Students can make an appointment online or by visiting the ARC (Luther 200) during regular business hours. (Monday - Thursday | 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Friday | 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Sunday | 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm).

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What if I have more questions about PAC?

Just contact the Academic Resource Center at 262-243-2623 or  

Additional Resources

Check out our self-help academic skills handouts!