Peer Assisted Study Sessions (P.A.S.S.) is a student-facilitated academic support program designed to help you improve your performance and retention in specific courses. What makes P.A.S.S. unique is that the session leaders have successfully completed the course with the same professor.
During the sessions, you will review lecture notes, course content, practice problems, worksheets, tests and quizzes. The sessions are free, voluntary, and open to the entire student population of each designated course, regardless of knowledge or ability level.
P.A.S.S. is a service of Learning Centers. Libraries & Educational Technologies (LET) partners with the Learning Centers to host the P.A.S.S. Anatomy sessions in Rose Library. LET is always seeking collaborations with University units to expand or enhance student learning opportunities in a research setting. If you have questions about an existing partner or are interested in becoming an LET partner, please contact Kristen Shuyler at firstname.lastname@example.org.