Schedule with your Coordinator
Your Student Success Coordinator is here to provide guidance and support to you when you're experiencing academic, financial or personal difficulties. If there are issues, big or small, that are barriers to your success as a student at UofL your Student Success Coordinator is here.
No judgement, no hurdles to jump - just kind and supportive people that are willing to do everything they can to solve problems and make sure a degree is within reach.
To schedule with your Student Success Coordinator, find the Coordinator assigned to your last name and click the email link to contact them.
Last Names A-Com | 502.852.9152 | email Anika
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 202-L
Anika has served college students in various roles, including multicultural affairs and student involvement. She is dedicated to helping students develop the skills and tools they need to be successful in higher education and life beyond college. Anika has a Bachelor of Social Work from Union University and a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration from Baylor University.
Last Names Con-Hanl | 502.852.9372 | email Toni
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 202-K
Toni is a native Louisvillian and returned to UofL in June 2021. After working in admissions and financial aid roles at colleges and a private school for over 10 years, she looks forward to using her experiences to build connections and guide students on their educational journey. Toni has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from UofL, a Master of Arts in Arts Administration from Indiana University, and Juris Doctorate from the University of Kentucky.
Last Names Hanm-Mal | 502.852.2724 | email Eric
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 202-H
Eric was born and raised in Louisville and has been working at UofL since 2014. He has experience working with UofL students throughout their journey, from admissions to major exploration, advising, and teaching. He takes pride in building relationships with students and helping them achieve academic and personal success. Eric has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and a Master of Education in Counseling - concentration in College Student Personnel, from UofL.
Last Names Mam-Ram | 502.852.6089 | email Tony
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 202-P
Tony has worked at UofL since 1998 and has focused on academic counseling, mentoring, and guidance. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s in Higher Education Administration, and a Master’s of Science in Social Work. Tony likes to read for fun, is an avid video gamer, and enjoys running, gardening, and working around the house.
Last Names Ran-Shoo | 502.852.5813 | email Greg
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 215
Greg started at UofL in 2005 and has helped thousands of students at all stages of their academic career meet their goals. He is passionate about guiding students toward a better understanding of who they are and where they want to be. He strives for each student to leave his office with an action plan and the confidence and inspiration to put it in motion.
Annie Fitzpatrick Jones
Last Names Shop-Z | 502.852.9168 | email Annie
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 202-O
Annie has worked in higher education in the areas of academic support services, academic advising, and teaching. Prior to higher education, Annie was a high school college and career specialist. She believes students are people first and enjoys being someone who will both advocate for students and encourage students to learn about themselves and take agency over their education experience. Outside of work Annie loves being active and outdoors, reading and writing, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.
Last Names N/A | 502.852.5297 | email Heather
Student Success Center, Belknap Academic Building 202-J
Originally from Indiana, Heather is a first-generation college student that is passionate about guiding students through their collegiate experience and supporting them in navigating the many barriers that can often arise. As an advocate for student success, Heather has worked in higher education for over 14 years in a variety of student-facing roles. Heather has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminology from Indiana State University and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Ball State University