Students participate in Peer Assissted Study Session

Peer-Assisted Study Sessions

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) is a series of ongoing gatherings for UD undergraduate students who want to diversify their study strategies, practice material and collaborate weekly with classmates. All students can benefit from attending these sessions, both students who struggle in class and for those that perform well. Our selected PASS leaders are undergraduate students who have already successfully completed their assigned course, have maintained an overall GPA of 3.0 or above and will be trained to facilitate peer groups. PASS sessions can be offered each week  or on specific dates to help students improve their grades and their overall understanding of course material. Our leaders will create pre-planned interactive activities to review various concepts. During the semester, some leaders may also attend class in real time to stay current in class material and to build stronger relationships with the class participants and the professor.

Instructors who wish to learn more about this program should complete this form.

  • Benefits for the student:
    • Work with a trained tutor for FREE
    • Weekly review and work as a team
    • Meet with classmates to compare notes
    • Discuss important concepts, create study guides and practice material
    • Develop strategies for studying the subject
    • Ask questions in an instructor-free zone

Fall  24′ PASS Courses & Details: 

        • TBA