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How can the Student Success Center make you successful?

We are invested in your success and sometimes it helps to have someone connect you to resources. Here at the SSC, we do just that. We provide:

Housed in 198 Toomey Hall, we offer a quiet environment where you can come relax between classes, grab a cup of coffee, surf the internet, or checkout a whiteboard to use as a study tool. Throughout the semester, we offer programs and activities to help enrich your educational experiences.


What students are saying about the SSC:

"The success coaching helps to connect me to resources on campus I didn't know about. I also learned about study habits and how to tailor them to fit me. My success coach helped me to stay accountable to my goals and provided suggestions on how to better meet them."

"Great service. Very informative. All questions I had were answered."

"The success coaches seem like they really know what they're doing. The SSC was recommended to me so I will definitely pass this along."

"It helps to have someone interested in what you are doing and keep you on track."

 

 

We are Hiring!!!

SUCCESS (n): The accomplishment of an aim or purpose. Are you devoted to succeeding here at Missouri S&T? Do you want to help others have that same goal? Then we need YOU at the Burns & McDonnell Student Success Center!! We are looking for responsible, energetic, professional, hard-working students to add to our team of Student Success Coaches! Email applications to Kayla Klossner at kmkhhd@mst.edu. Applications due Nov 19th. Interviews will take place Nov 19th & 20th.

Success Coach Job Description 2014

Success Coach Application


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