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Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring

Please note that tutoring is NOT available during the Winter and Summer Sessions.

 Peer tutoring subjects vary from semester to semester depending on the demand for help with particular courses and the availability of tutors. However, tutors are usually available for most General Education classes. If the class in which you need help is not listed, please contact TLC at (270) 745-5065 and we will do our best to find a tutor for you.

 

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

PASS is a program similar to Supplemental Instruction (SI). We hire and train students, often recommended by professors, called PASS Leaders. PASS Leaders are students who have previously taken a course successfully and thereafter are trained to facilitate group study sessions. PASS Leaders sit in on the course and hold twice weekly study sessions covering core concepts and particularly difficult subject matter. Courses associated with PASS are traditionally difficult, high enrollment courses. The goal of PASS is to coordinate with the faculty members teaching these classes to provide supplemental resources for students who are interested. PASS may contain one or more of the following: review of weekly materials, mock quizzes or tests, games, and other activities. All of these materials are designed to help students succeed.

 

PASS Sessions for Spring 2017

BIOL 131

Leader: Kelly Burgess

Wednesday 4:30-6:00 pm

Thursday 4:30-6:00pm

CHEM 109

Leader:  Victoria Smith

Tuesday & Thursday

4:30-6:00pm

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 Last Modified 1/13/17