Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) is a voluntary assistance program to help students to succeed in difficult units. PASS sessions are different from tutorials - they are more student-oriented.
Identified postgraduate and/or undergraduate students (those who got at least distinction in the units and maintain a credit average) are appointed as PASS leaders to help in these sessions. An academic and/or a postgraduate student act as PASS coordinators to oversee the implementation of this program for each unit.
In Semester 1 2016, PASS is offered for the following units. You may contact the unit lecturers for more details.
- ENG1001 Engineering design: lighter, faster, stronger
- CHE2161/MEC2404 Mechanics of fluids
- ECE2041 Telecommunications
- ECE2011 Signal processing
You may also visit our Monash PASS webpage to read more on this program.