What Does Success Look Like with PSP?
PSP students receive personalized help tailored to their academic and career goals, taking into account their own strengths and needs. Students have access to a variety of services (see below), all of which are designed to help you achieve your goals. Students also have the option of taking the STS0009 Study Strategies, or GST 1025 Impact of Culture in the USA.
- Setting academic goals
- Time management help
- Coursework accountability
- Assistance to navigate campus resources
- Peer Academic Coaching (PAC)
Meet with a CAPSS staff person to develop your study skills in a particular area. No appointment is needed…just drop in! Topics include:
Organization Time Management Note Taking Test Taking Reading Strategies Technology
Available every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
3:00 – 5:00 in the CAPSS Lab (N4228)
Peer Academic Coaching (PAC)
Peer Academic Coaching (PAC) is designed to connect students with peers in a structured approach that supports academic success. This academic mentoring relationship is designed to help the student become proficient in their use of specific study skills while also building confidence in their own abilities.
Interested in being a Peer Academic Coach? Interested in being connected with a Peer Academic Coach? Contact the Passport to Success Program manager, Jonathan Flaa (N4230, firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details!
Have a question about PSP?
Email Jonathan Flaa – email@example.com