PASS at Roseworthy
PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) are weekly 50 minute study sessions, facilitated by a successful senior student, in which students can revisit core topics, practically apply knowledge and support each other through the transition to tertiary studies. Developing a sense of community and connection is one of the core goals of the program, especially within cohorts who may be feeling isolated or removed from the wider University community.
Trusted after-hours academic support for students
At this stage of the semester, whether - and how - students ask for help can often be determined by explicit direction from trusted authorities, e.g., lecturers, coordinators, library staff, and international student support staff.
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Ensuring student success through the pandemic
Delivering a high quality learning experience is a team effort. Our student support services play a vital role in ensuring student success and enhancing the teaching and learning offered by our dedicated teachers.
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