Success Coaches
Tony Rand Student Center, 2201 Hull Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303
Phone Number
Office Hours Monday - Friday
8:00AM to 5:00PM

 

FTCC C.A.R.E.S.

  • Coaching

  • Advising

  • Realizing

  • Engaging

  • Succeeding

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What are the benefits of working with a Success Coach?

  • Assistance in choosing a program of study

  • Assist  you with academic & study skills

  • Liaise between student services & academics

  • Personal and individualized attention

  • Provide strategies for academic & future success

  • Referrals to internal/external services and more!

Success Coach Mission Statement

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Success Coaches motivate and assist by positively impacting the student experience and aligning a student’s everyday actions to their short- and long-term goals. 

Using a holistic approach, success coaches meet with students to provide guidance along their pathway to academic, professional, and personal success within the context of the college experience.

Meet Your Success Coaches!

Associate of Arts & Science

Tim ScottTimothy Scott

Mr. Scott was born and raised in Robeson County. He believes that statistics do not always define who you are but, it can build character. He enjoys watching sports such as basketball, football, volleyball, track and field in his off time. His door is always open to students!

Phone: 910-486-3933
Office: TRSC 109

FAQ's

Q: Why should I meet with a Success Coach?

A: We are available to students who are seeking help with academic or personal concerns, program of study questions, college resources/activities information, off-campus resources, pathway to graduation planning and goal Setting/motivation.

Q: Do I need an appointment?

A: We prefer you make an appointment in order for you to receive our full attention. However, you can always drop in, send an email to successcoach@faytechcc.edu, or call us at 910-678-8473

Q: Where are the Success Coaches located?

A: The coaches are conveniently located in the Tony Rand Student Center! Just stop by the front desk and ask to speak with us.

Q: What can I do to prepare for my appointment?

A: Bringing a completed pre-survey and/or career assessment would be helpful. Also, please bring any other relevant materials that you feel is related to your appointment.

Q: Does coaching require a long-term commitment?

A: We provide coaching services based on the students’ individual need. Some students may need to only stop in once while others may need to be seen throughout the semester.

Resources

These links are provided to help you achieve academic success!

Student Success Story

This is where we take the opportunity to highlight our student’s success. We are extremely proud of the efforts put forth to ensure our students prosper in all aspects of their lives.

Cody Peyton

My name is Cody Peyton and I am a current Associates of the Arts student and basketball player at FTCC. Originally from Virginia, I have a passion for basketball and was offered a position with the Trojans. This led to my decision to attend FTCC.

I started out the 2019-2020 academic year struggling with the move to Fayetteville after the unexpected loss of a best friend, Luis Zambrana Jr. I struggled with getting to class on time, keeping up with school assignments, and just balancing all parts of my life. But in October of 2019, I met the Fayetteville Tech Success Coaches.

Cody PeytonThese coaches were friendly, easy to talk to and happy to help. They provided me with a safe place to talk about all of my concerns. They helped to motivate and encourage me with my classes, basketball and everything in between. They also took the time to educate me on my rights and responsibilities as a FTCC student. Not only did they provide me with academic resources, they also did things like walk with me to class to make sure I was on time and prepared! A few even showed support for the basketball team by attending games. It may have been small things for them, but it meant a lot to me. Even during this pandemic, they made sure to check-in with me and continue to encourage me to succeed.

Now, at the end of the Spring 2020 semester, I am proud to say that I have over a 3.0 GPA! I hope others have a chance to work with and benefit from the Success Coaching program. I am beyond appreciative to the Success Coaches and all that they do!

Diemen Duvermont

Mr. Duvermont was a student at FTCC who majored in the Associates of Fine Arts: Music program. Mr. Duvermont has dreams of becoming a high school band instructor. He plays multiple instruments to include the clarinet, trumpet and piano! However, the path to reach this career goal was wrought with pain and hardship. Having lost his father, Mr. Duvermont was placed into foster care at the age of 14, where he bounced from family to family until he landed in Fayetteville. Mr. Duvermont graduated from Jack Britt High School with a high grade point average then began his studies at FTCC. Mr. Duvermont found a family of sorts at FTCC when he joined the Y.E.S (You + Effort = Success) and First Year Connections which offers male mentoring and support for first-generation college students, respectively.

Diemen Duvermont

Mr. Duvermont experienced an extenuating circumstance that resulted in him becoming homeless. Not knowing who to turn to for help, Mr. Duvermont’s dream of becoming a band instructor was now in jeopardy. Upset and afraid for his future, Mr. Duvermont reached out to his Success Coach, Timothy Scott. After finding out Mr. Duvermont’s situation, he quickly brought in the help and ideas of all the Success Coaches. Together, the Success Coaches were able to help Mr. Duvermont locate emergency funding to circumvent his living situation. The coaches advocated for Mr. Duvermont with his instructors at FTCC to keep him on track to transfer to a university. The coaches also worked daily to ensure Mr. Duvermont was safe and did not go hungry. Mr. Duvermont also sought help on his own; receiving help from the Disability Support Services & Accessibility office as well as The Learning Center.

After a trying Fall 2019 semester, Mr. Duvermont was able to successfully transfer to Fayetteville State University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in music. He is following his passion and have not given up on his dream. Mr. Duvermont has expressed, “Don’t be afraid to dream because that is where it all starts.”