Peer Assisted Study Sessions

PASS Overview

This Fall, the CLASS will begin the expansion of the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) program. The purpose of these sessions, through your courses' content, is to develop the learning and study skills required to succeed in the class. With the guidance of PASS Leaders (fellow undergraduates who have succeeded in the course), you and your classmates will work together so that you may achieve academic success.

For a schedule and more information on the Peer Assisted Study Sessions, please see below.

Courses Served

This Fall, the CLASS will be offering PASS sessions for the following courses:

  1. Economics 1102 -- Professor Bognanno's Lecture
  2. Kinesiology 1223 -- Professor Rooney's Lecture
  3. Kinesiology 1224 -- Professor Rooney's Lecture

This List will be updated as additional PASS sessions are planned.

PASS Schedule

The times and location for the Peer Assisted Study Sessions are below. Students are encouraged to attend all sessions.

Course

Day

Time

Location

Econ 1102

Prof. Bognanno

TBA

TBA

TBA

Kins 1223

Prof. Rooney

TBA

TBA

TBA

Kins 1224

Prof. Rooney

TBA

TBA

TBA



Who Can Attend PASS Sessions?

The sessions are free for all students enrolled in the sections outlined above.

What Are My Responsibilities?

  • Attend all of your classes.
  • Review your lecture notes, preferably with a classmate, so that you have a well-organized resource when you study.
  • Do your homework or assignments.
  • Come to the sessions ready to be an active participant.
  • Take what you learn in the sessions home and implement it into your study plans.