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Peers Assisting Student Success (PASS)

PASS stands for Peers Assisting Student Success a peer-led support program that targets historically difficult academic courses. It is based on Supplemental Instruction programs that have been successful in increasing the grades and academic success of participating students in many universities across the world.

Its free, voluntary and no grade is assigned for either attendance or participation levels. Any student can come whenever they want, as many times as they want.

At PASS sessions, students review learning strategies and work on problems together as the session integrates what to learn with how to learn.

Think of it as a study group led by a peer facilitator/leader that has already taken and been successful in the course.

The program is non-remedial and is designed to develop skills and strategies which will enable students not only to do well in their current courses but throughout their whole academic career



Hear about what students and Faculty staff are saying about the program.


PASS Sessions Offered

Winter 2016 Schedule

Fall 2015 Schedule

Archived PASS Sessions

Winter 2015

  • ADMS 2320 - Quantitative Methods 1                              
  • ADMS 2500 - Financial Accounting
  • ADMS 2510 - Managerial Accounting
  • ADMS 3330 - Quantitative Methods 2
  • ADMS 3530 - Finance
  • ITEC 1620 - Object-Based Programming - This PASS session is no longer being offered

Fall 2014

Summer 2014

Winter 2014

Fall 2013

Winter 2013

Fall 2012

Winter 2012

Fall 2011

Summer 2011

Winter 2011

Fall 2010



Should you have any questions about this exciting initiative, please email