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 acts as PASS coordinators to oversee the implementation of this program for each unit.

PASS is offered in every semester. You may contact the unit coordinators for more details.

You may also visit our Monash PASS webpage to read more on this program.