Articles by Student Success Center

The Student Success Center is comprised of a team of professionals who are here to assist and collaborate with you. Our team includes academic advisors and success coaches. To contact the academic advisors, email advising@excelsior.edu or call 888-647-2388.

As I got into work I received a message from one of my coworkers, and it was something that I didn’t even know I needed but it made my day, positive self-talk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qR3rK0kZFkg   According to dictionary.com, the definition of positive self is the act or practice of talking to oneself, either aloud or silently …

                  Growth Mindset   I speak with many students each day here at Excelsior College. One thing I often hear over and over goes something like this: “I’ve always been bad at math! I’m just no good at it, and so my next course will most likely …

“The lesson is to think about where you see yourself in the future and how this degree impacts that path.  If you see there are many barriers to getting where you want, a bulletproof plan will mitigate and even remove some of these barriers.  So, remember that anything is possible, should it be your priority.” -Savannah White, MSM …

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The advisors are the main point of encouragement and support for our students.  Many advisors develop a long relationship that helps the students with whom they work through the inevitable ups and the downs of life and study.  In this article, Excelsior met with Allison Konderwich, from the Office of Student Success Services, to find …

Academic advisors are a point of encouragement and support for our students. Many advisors develop a long relationship that helps the students work through the inevitable ups and the downs of life and study. Excelsior Life met up with Dan Palladino, from the Office of Student Success Services to find out more about one of …

Academic advisor and master’s student Savannah White reflects on this year’s Sigma Beta Delta Leadership Academy in Bentonville, Arkansas. White was selected among 24 other participants from U.S. colleges to attend the honor society’s annual event in the face of fierce competition and was honored to be among the lucky few to meet fellow business …