Online Orientation Success Coaching, Support Services & Resources
The University of Toledo is committed to the success the students. This innovative program provides every new dual credit student with a full-time professional success coach who is with them for their entire UT journey. Our goal is to assist in empowering students to develop skills and implement individualized plans for academic and personal success. Your Success Coach is the single point of contact to assist you with any questions problems or concerns you have related to your University of Toledo experience. You Success Coach can provide you with individualized coaching and advising; assist you with academic planning and career exploration; assist you with selecting and scheduling courses; refer you to support services and resources; assist you developing study skills; and assist you with identifying strength and weaknesses.
However, students must still rely on their high school guidance counselor to ensure adequate progress toward high school graduation. I’m excited to introduce myself as your UT Success Coach. Like any coach, I’ll push you towards achieving your personal best. I look forward to working with you to help you achieve your goals and will work with you through the challenges and needs you encounter during your UT experienced. I assist students when they have questions, need help adjusting to college expectations, or are just not sure how to get connected to a campus resource. As your needs change during your time at UT, I’ll be here with opportunities and resources to take your UT experience to the next level. Please contact me for an appointment at the semester starts up. I look forward to getting to know you, and helping you build your plan for college success.
To schedule an appointment, call the YouCollege dual credit office. For more information or general inquiries, you can also e-mail the YouCollege dual credit office. The University of Toledo offers a variety of academic support services. The following programs and services help students achieve and maintain academic success. Student Disability Services; Center for Experiential Learning & Career Development; Office of International Student Services; Tutoring at the Learning Enhancement Center; Testing Services; TRIO Student Support Services; Office for Student Experience; and The Writing Center. If you are a student with a disability who needs academic accommodations, you will need to submit your disability documentation directly to Students Disability Services as soon as you receive your acceptance letter. This will allow for a timely review of your documentation, which will result in eligibility determination.
Individualized Education Plan
A high school Individualized Education Plan (IEP) will not qualify students for academic accommodations at the post-secondary level. If you need accommodations for placement testing, you need to contact the Student Disability Services Office to make arrangements prior to the date of your placement test. Documentation will be required for placement test accommodations. If you are found eligible for accommodations, you will need to schedule an intake assessment. Accommodations will not be provided until an intake assessment has been completed. For more information regarding policies, procedures, and scheduling an intake appointment, please contact Student Disability Services Office.
The Learning Enhancement Center provides academic assistance to all University of Toledo students. Services include free tutoring in subjects such as science, math, business, foreign language and study strategies. Peer-led study sessions, workshops, and online tutoring are also available. The Writing Center works with students on a variety of writing projects in any subject. Experienced, polished writers read, review, and respond to papers to assist student writers individually at any stage of academic or personal writing. Students may meet with Writing Center tutors in order to generate ideas, organize notes and thoughts, and receive feedback on drafts or completed papers. Types of documents that are often brought to the Writing Center include essays and research papers, creative writing, thesis and dissertations, grant proposals, professional publications and scholarship or job applications.