Academic Peer Coaching | Pilot Program
The University of Texas at San Antonio Student Success Division piloted the Academic Peer Coaching (APC) program during the 2019-2020 academic year in UTSA's residential communities. The program will expand during the 2020-2021 academic year, by hiring several new undergraduate and graduate undergraduate students to provide individual academic coaching and group workshops to UTSA's undergraduate students.
For more information:
Academic Peer Coaches are not available for meetings during Summer 2020. You may request an appointment with an Academic Success Coach by filling out the request form or calling (210) 458-4694.
Academic Peer Coaches (APCs) are UTSA undergraduate and graduate students trained to provide academic support to develop and enhance undergraduate students' study skillls through one-on-one coaching and group workshops.
Academic Peer Coaching is the one-on-one process of helping students identify their strengths and weaknesses, then devising a personalized approach to studying. APCs can help students in the residential communities develop skills in time management, reading and notetaking skills, test preparation, and more.
Academic Peer Coaching will resume its workshops in Fall 2020. Meanwhile, please check out the Expert Learner Series happening online this summer.
These online resources, compiled by the TRC, are designed to provide supplemental academic support. For additional assistance on how to apply any resource you find on this site, please contact us to make an appointment with a Academic Peer Coach.
For more information, please contact Academic Peer Coaching at