Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are a student-facilitated academic support program designed to assist graduate students in selected courses. Sessions are conducted by graduate student PASS leaders, who have successfully completed the course for which they are providing support. PASS leaders work with the professors of those courses to promote an integrated experience of content and learning strategies for student participants.
Students attending PASS will work with leaders to:
- Review course notes
- Gain a better understanding of course concepts
- Be able to apply concepts to various course scenarios
- Work on practice problems
- Develop and apply ways to improve learning and study skills
Sessions are free, voluntary and available to students who are enrolled in those particular courses. Participants will be able to choose to attend paired or small group sessions. PASS are held throughout the week and located in the Graduate Student Lounge, located on the second floor of the Sykes College of Business (offered virtually via Zoom for Fall 2020/Spring 2021). PASS are offered for the following courses:
- ACC 500
- ACC 610
- ECO 500
- EMBA 825
- FIN 500
- QMB 500
First-time users will need to establish a username and password by choosing to attend a paired or small group session for their selected course. Questions regarding PASS can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.