Loyola University Chicago

Tutoring Center

Student Academic Services

Success Coaching

Power up your success at college!

Do you want to work on organization, time management, notetaking, exam preparation, goal-setting, or other academic skills and exective functioning skills? Come to Success Coaching!

In a FREE Success Coach meeting over Zoom or in person, you can set goals, identify areas for growth, and create a customized plan for success. Success Coaches will send the student a Zoom link prior to the appointment time. 

Learn more about the Success Coaches below.

How to sign up for Success Coaching

If you are a graduate student please email Mary Kate Moskal at mmoskal1@luc.edu to sign up for your Success Coach meeting.

Using the Web AppUsing the Mobile App
  • Log onto Navigate  
  • Click the blue “Make an Appointment” button  
  • Select “Tutoring” under TYPE OF APPOINTMENT  
  • Select “Success Coaching” under SERVICE   
  • Click “Find Available Time”   
  • Use the Filters to narrow the search  
    1. Use How would you like to meet? to search for in-person or virtual appointments  
    2. Use STAFF to select a specific Success Coach 
  • Select a date and time   
  • Add your number for Text Reminders   
  • Click “Schedule” and you are finished! 
  • Open the Navigate app on your phone  
  • Select “Appointments”   
  • Click the blue “Make an Appointment” button  
  • Select “Tutoring” under TYPE OF APPOINTMENT   
  • Select SERVICE as “Success Coaching”  
  • Click “Find Available Time”   
  • Use the Filters (in the top right, next to “New Appointment”) to narrow the search  
    1. Use How would you like to meet? to search for in-person or virtual appointments  
    2. Use STAFF to select a specific Success Coach  
  • Select a date and time   
  • Add your number for Text Reminders   
  • Click “Schedule” and you are finished!  

Accessing Zoom 

If students have never used Zoom before, they are encouraged to login to https://luc.zoom.us/ using their LUC UVID and password prior to the session. Then, download the Zoom program (on laptops) or app (on smartphones/tablets).  

If the student does not have access to a webcam, microphone, or the internet, the student is encouraged to reach out to their Success Coach and/or Tutoring Center staff (tutoringcenter@luc.edu) for alternative options.  

If Zoom is not working, students are encouraged to review the Zoom participant’s guide, call ITS at 773-508-4487, or email ITS at helpdesk@luc.edu.   

If the link is not working or the Success Coach is not present at the designated time, please email the Coach or tutoringcenter@luc.edu 


Further inquiries? E-mail tutoringcenter@luc.edu

Meet the Success Coaches!


 Image of Kaitlin Henderson wearing a red shirt with green grass and a tree in the background.

Kaitlin Henderson


Hometown: Columbus, Ohio

Degree Program:MEd/EdS in School Psychology

Hello everyone! I am a current graduate student in School Psychology! Before graduate school, I graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a B.A in Psychology and Criminal Justice. I am passionate about educational equity and working collaboratively with students to establish goals to help them be successful. While at LUC, I worked as a building manager at Halas Recreation Center which allowed me to help guide others to achieve their goals and stay motivated. Additionally, I worked in the Psychology Department as a research assistant studying educational STEM opportunities. This position allowed me to learn more about goal development and implementation. I’ve been in Chicago now for 5 years, and have absolutely fallen in love with its tall buildings and the lakeshore path. I’ve really enjoyed my time as an undergraduate student at Loyola, and I hope to help other students make the best of their experience as well. Outside of school and work I enjoy hiking, baking, running, and traveling. 

Fun Fact: I have a collection of maps and globes, 11 in counting. I might have one too many!







Image of Bridget Brodlo wearing a a black shirt against a blue backdrop.

Bridget Brodlo


Hometown: Lincoln Park, Chicago

Degree Program: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Hello! I am currently a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. I have a strong interest in social justice, and I know that all students at Loyola have a passion for it too. I know that college can be stressful and I look forward to helping students manage their academics and succeed in college.

I grew up in Chicago, and pursued by undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I have a B.A. in Psychology, with minors in Gender and Women Studies and Criminal Justice. My time in Wisconsin was so amazing, but I am so excited to be back in the city! I feel most at home when I hear the "L" rattle past my window, or someone laying on the horn outside.

Fun Fact: I have been skydiving twice (in Wisconsin and Switzerland)!



 Student on beach with sunset

Bartosz Morawski

Pronouns: He/Him 

Hometown: Palos Hills, IL 

Degree Program: MA in International Affairs 

Hey everyone! My name is Bartosz and I am working on my MA in International Relations. I started my undergraduate career at a community college and transferred to Lewis University in Romeoville, IL, where I received my BA in International Relations. I'm interested in European politics, specifically Central and Eastern European politics, and my passion for this region and languages pushed me to pursue a degree in this path. As a first-generation college student, I understand the stress of trying to understand how college works and debating constantly if the degree I'm pursuing is right for me. In my career so far, I have experience with teaching and tutoring. I taught at a Polish school and served with City Year. My experience at City Year taught me how to set goals for students and help them achieve them. 

During my free time, I workout, listen to music and enjoy taking pictures. I'm also a Polish folk dancer, which allowed me to perform in front of large audiences. I'm fluent in both Polish and English in addition to knowing some French, German, and Russian (I am also learning some Ukrainian on the side). 

Fun Fact: I have been a Polish folk dancer for about 18 years.