What we do

Less Stress, Better Grades, And A More Productive College Life

Our College Academic Coaching Program provides students with virtual coaching. With an approach customized to the needs of each student, our coaches work to help students increase self awareness, optimize learning effectiveness, and become more independent. Our weekly check-ins and routine communication with students helps them with:

  • Time Management and Planning
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    We teach students how to manage their tasks, create a weekly structure, plan for long-term deadlines and exams, and get started early so they are able to be a productive and effective student.

  • Study and Learning Strategies
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    We collaborate with students to create study plans for exams, introduce learning and study methods, and facilitate learning on a rolling, continual basis to avoid cramming and stress.

  • School/Life Balance
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    We help students find the balance between their school, extracurriculars, and social obligations. Our goal is to empower students to be involved and excel in their chosen activities while they excel in school.

  • Managing Stress
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    We serve as a sounding board and force of stability for students who need support managing their stress. We work to make sure students can manage themselves, manage their schoolwork, and provide an outlet for them so they can remain active and effective.

  • Utilizing Resources
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    We will assist students to identify, find, and schedule appointments with the resources at their disposal. Depending on the campus, this could include writing center, tutors, advisors, counselors, etc.

  • Self Awareness and reflection
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    We work with students to raise their levels of awareness so they better understand how they function and operate on a weekly basis. By helping them learn more about themselves and the way they learn, we can better help students meet their academic goals.

  • Goal Setting
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    We hold students accountable. By setting weekly goals and monitoring them, we will provide the appropriate level of feedback that will help college students push through stagnation, stress, lack of effort, or motivation.

Who we are




Northwestern University – BS Learning and Organizational Change
Bank Street College of Education – MS Education.



Zach has spent over a decade working independently with students and families in the college admissions process. From test preparation to college matching, applications, and financial aid, Zach has helped students gain acceptance to their top choice schools.  Read More




University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, BBA Business Administration
Roosevelt University, MEd Education



Scott received his Bachelors in Business Administration from the University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He went on to earn both a teaching certification and a Master’s degree in Education from Roosevelt University in Chicago.  Read More




University of Wisconsin-Madison - BA English and History
Brown University - MAT Secondary English Education



Eric is happy to be living in the Madison area where he earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin. After graduating with a love of literature and education, Eric attended Brown University to earn his Masters in the Art of Teaching in Secondary English.  Read More

Our Coaches

Our coaches come from all educational backgrounds. They are teachers, psychologists, social workers, and counselors. They are trained at State Street Education and receive additional continuing professional development.

Latest Blog

Campus Closures

Campus Closures

March 17, 2020

With the coronavirus arriving on the scene and colleges making the difficult decision to keep students away from campus, it has created an interesting challenge, particularly for students who have executive function challenges. Heading back home to their parents’ house and being, (for the most part) isolated will make learning much more difficult. This type […]

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How do I know when I’m ready?

How do I know when I’m ready?

March 3, 2020

It’s a question that gets asked all the time. When preparing for a test, how do I know when I am ready for the test I am studying for? It’s a difficult question because there is not a point or indicator that will tell a student to stop. The student has to figure this out […]

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