The PASS program gives students an opportunity to participate in a weekly study session facilitated by a PASS Partner. PASS Partners support different learning approaches, academic strategies, and executive functioning skills (project management, study skills, etc.), and primarily offer studying accountability. PASS is available for Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional students during fall and winter semester as space is available. To participate for the Fall semester please complete the request form.
SSD offers Academic Support Programming (ASP) to help students connected with our office make the most of their academic experience here at the University.
ASP workshops, coaching and other educational intiatives are focused on enhancing the academic experiences of students. Specifically building academic skills, strengthening executive functioning skills, developing learning strategies and providing support to decrease academic stress. ASP seeks to initiate community building among neurodiverse students and serves as an opportunity to elevate engagement, self-efficacy, motivation and academic performance.
ASP aims to support students in the following ways:
• Stimulate student learning and growth of academic and executive functioning skills
• Create initiatives focused on academic achievement and advocacy
• Increase student awareness of campus supports and resources
Coaching Corner provides a unique experience for students to participate in small group sessions and workshops which focus on developing study strategies and academic skills. Each session is designed for students to develop their own styles while sharing and supporting the experiences of their peers. Coaching Corner is available for Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional students during each semester.