Missouri State University

The PASS Program

The PASS Program

The Peer Assisted Study Session Program is a series of review sessions that allow students in historically difficult courses to help one another succeed through collaborative learning strategies. It’s a chance to get together with classmates to compare notes, discuss important concepts, and develop strategies for studying the subject. During a session, students will be guided through this material by a PASS leader, a competent student who has previously taken the course.

Services Offered to the Campus Community:

  1. Personal assistance in historically difficult courses with a high D, F, or Withdrawal rate
  2. Opportunities for students to establish personal connections with faculty, staff, and fellow students
  3. Direct connection to trained tutors in the Bear CLAW.
  4. Training and developing dedicated student leaders from the campus community

Michael Frizell, Director of Student Learning Services
Meyer Library 112       (417) 836-5006
E-mail: michaelfrizell@missouristate.edu

>Learn more about the PASS Program by visiting their website.