Staff: Chelsey L. Vincent
Hometown: Decatur, Mississippi
Degree: B.S. in Elementary Education from Mississippi State University; M.S. in Counseling with a Concentration in Student Affairs from Mississippi State University; currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with a Concentration in Higher Education Leadership
Job: Coordinator of the College Achievement Support Program; Coordinator of Supplemental Instruction; Instructor of various Learning Skills (LSK) classes
Phone Number: 662.325.3794
Office Location: Allen Hall, 264
What are you currently teaching?
- College Success I (LSK 1041)
- College Success II (LSK 1141)
- College Reading and Study Skills (LSK 1023)
What do you enjoy most about working with MSU students?
I have the opportunity to meet students where they are and help them get to where they want to be, so being a student’s biggest cheerleader is what I enjoy most.
What is the most important advice you would give students?
Find a way (activity, club, class, etc.) to get connected to a faculty or staff member at MSU. The wisdom they can offer you from their experience working at MSU will be so helpful.
Why should students take advantage of The Learning Center?
We offer practical help for all students, and we are in the business of helping students be successful.
What are your hobbies or What do you do during your spare time?
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I also like playing with my dog, Amos, and running.
What are your research interest/specialty areas?
My specialty area is finding ways to help students be successful. This includes helping students develop study skills, time management skills, and get acclimated to the university. Developing our Supplemental Instruction Program is another specialty area.
Advisor for the National Society of Collegiate Scholars
- King, C. & Vincent, C. (2017, November). Changing course with metacognitive strategies. Paper presented at the Mid-South Educational Research Association: Starkville, MS.
- King, C. & Vincent, C. (2017, January). Changing course with metacognitive strategies. Presented at the Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning: Austin, TX.
- Lemons, L., Calico, C., & Vincent, C. (July, 2015). Using the social change model in a freshman learning community. Workshop presented at the Association of Leadership Educators Conference: Washington, D.C.