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:
- Personal assistance in historically difficult courses with a high D, F, or Withdrawal rate
- Opportunities for students to establish personal connections with faculty, staff, and fellow students
- Direct connection to trained tutors in the Bear CLAW.
- Training and developing dedicated student leaders from the campus community
Michael Frizell, Director of Student Learning Services
Meyer Library 112 (417) 836-5006
>Learn more about the PASS Program by visiting their website.