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PASS Tutoring Program

Psychology Academic Support Services (PASS) Tutoring Program

The PASS tutoring program was designed with dual purpose in mind. The first purpose of the program is to provide free peer tutoring for EKU students enrolled in psychology courses online, and in person. The second purpose of the program is to offer a practicum experience for junior and senior level psychology majors that will teach them the skills necessary to become effective tutors. The program offers practicum students the opportunity to become either a Level 1 or Level 2 Nationally Certified Tutor. The EKU PASS program is also affiliated with Academic Testing and Readiness as an EKU approved tutoring site.

 

PASS is a psychology specific tutoring program designed to fit every student's academic needs.  Designed with both on-campus and e-campus students in mind, PASS offers in-person tutoring as well as virtual tutoring classrooms through BlackBoard.

HOW TO ACCESS:

Click the BlackBoard link above.  This will take you to the PASS portal.  Once there, click the + tab on the left to enroll and submit a tutoring request.

PASS tutors are trained in all of the courses offfered by the department of psychology. PASS tutors also receive special training in the following psychology courses:

  • Introduction to Psychology (PSY 200)
  • Information Literacy in Psychology (PSY 250)
  • Statistical-Experimental I (PSY 309)
  • Statistical-Experimental II (PSY 310)
  • Physiological Psychology (PSY 311)
  • See our PASS video, starring PASS tutors: Ctrl+Click or tap to follow the link">https://youtu.be/UEjLCZUFKX8
  • Visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/EKUPSYPASS

Stop by our tutoring lab in Cammack 1 (Cammack Basement) to view our drop-in lab times, or to make an appointment with a tutor!

Tutoring Hours:

M-F BY appointment

Drop in Lab Times:

Monday 10-5

Tuesday 10-5

Wednesday 10-5

Thursday 10-5

Friday 10-5


Questions? Contact the PASS Director, Cheryl Ramey (Cheryl.Ramey@eku.edu) or the Chair of the EKU Psychology Department, Dr. Robert Brubaker (Robert.Brubaker@eku.edu)


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