Success Coaching

The Office of Student Success fosters the development of students’ academic and personal goals through personalized success coaching. Success coaching is an individualized meeting with a trained professional who wants to help students reach their goals. Conversations with a Success Coach will focus on learning strategies, life management and goal attainment. A meeting with a Success Coach is the best way for a student to personalize their education and stay on track to graduation. It provides them the opportunity to talk about their own experience at Limestone, in and out of the classroom, and what resources they need to achieve their goals.

We recommend a minimum of three meetings per semester with a Success Coach:

  • First of the semester to review the student’s course load and devise strategies to attack their work.
  • Mid-semester after they’ve settled into classes and are aware of assignment dates.
  • End of the semester to sharpen their focus on their remaining work.

Students can schedule additional meetings with their Success Coach anytime, especially when they:

  • feel they’re “not doing well”
  • have questions about a Limestone policy
  • feel undue academic or personal pressure
  • want to explore academic options of any kind
  • want to sharpen learning or life management skills

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Listing of Majors by Academic Division

Success CoachesLee Roddick Brad Jones Sigourney Ellis
Sigourney Ellis

Sigourney Ellis, Student Success Coach
Majors Responsible for: Arts and Letters, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Location: Dixie 103
Extension: 4040
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10am – 7pm; Friday, 10am-4:30pm
Contact: (864) 488-4040


Sigourney Ellis serves as the Student Success Coach for students majoring in the Arts and Letters and Social and Behavioral Sciences departments. Sigourney grew up in Gaffney, SC and attended the University of South Carolina Upstate where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. As an undergraduate, she discovered her desire to help others while working with high school students to develop skills necessary in post-secondary education. Sigourney also gained valuable experience with a local family resource center providing guidance and skill development to students and their families. Sigourney is passionate about making a difference in the world and in lives of others. She enjoys to read and to spend time with family and friends when she is not at work.

Brad Jones

Brad Jones, Student Success Coach
Majors Responsible for: Education and Physical Education
Location: Fort D-301
Extension: 4013
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10am – 7pm; Friday, 10am-4:30pm
​Contact: (864) 488-4013


Brad Jones serves as the Student Success Coach for students majoring in the Education and Physical Education departments. Brad grew up in Lexington, SC and attended Clemson University, where he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy with a Pre-Law focus. As an undergraduate, he discovered his passion for higher education while working with students as a Resident Assistant. Brad went on to complete his Master's degree in Counselor Education with a Student Affairs emphasis at Clemson University. While at Clemson, Brad enjoyed working with student leadership programs, student organizations, and with the University’s Institute for Ethics. He also spent time at Tri-County Technical College working with the Student Government Association and the Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support. Brad is passionate about learning and broadening his experiences; and he enjoys cooking, spending time with friends and family, and Clemson Tiger football. 

Lee Roddick

Lee Roddick, Student Success Coach
Majors Responsible for: Professional Studies, Natural Sciences
Location: Fort D-301
Extension: 4011
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m
Contact: (864) 488-4011


Lee Roddick serves as the Student Success Coach for students majoring in the Professional Studies and Natural Sciences departments. Lee grew up in Pfafftown, NC (right outside of Winston-Salem) and attended Western Carolina University where she completed two Bachelor’s degrees in English and English Education with a minor in Leadership. As an undergraduate, Lee lead student organizations and served as a Resident Assistant.  Inspired by her students, she went on to complete her Master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina, Columbia. Lee is passionate about facilitating and connecting students with campus resources as well as teaching academic skills courses. When not at work, Lee enjoys streaming television and movies, reading constantly, cooking or baking whenever she can, and hanging out with her dog, Sophie Squirrel.

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