The Empowerment, Leadership, and Mentorship (ELM) program aims to provide support for positive change of academic performance, leadership and the development of a conscientious community. You can reserve a 30 minute appointment with one of the coaches through this central booking website below. You must be signed into your email account to access the booking site.

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Drawn primarily from highly recommended and qualified graduate students from the psychology department, the academic coaches treat the student seeking coaching with empathy and respect. They also treat them like athletes, in need of motivation and guidance to reach their academic goals. The coach meets one to one, follows up with the student and provides a continuity from peer-support to professional academic level peer-like support. The academic coaches instruct General Learning strategies and assist in developing and running the student worker training for: peer mentorship and learning strategies as part of the certified peer mentor program.

Academic Coaches

Taylor Frye

Academic Coach
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program

Exec. Associate to the Vice Provost of Academic Affairs
Vice President, Clinical Psychology Graduate Student Organization '23-'24


ELM and GLS Statistics