Who are Peer Academic Success Coaches?
Peer Academic Success Coaches (PASCs) are student leaders, within the Academic Success and Tutoring Center, who are passionate about helping peers develop the skills necessary to become successful students.
What do Peer Academic Success Coaches do?
PASCs are trained to identify barriers to academic success and to assist students in creating action plans for overcoming those challenges. By working one-on-one with students in the program, PASCs build relationships with their peers and coach them on topics such as time management skills, study habits, goals-setting, test-taking skills, and learning styles. In addition, PASCs participate in on-going interactive training and development, making them an integral resource to program participants, the ASTC, and Stony Brook University as a whole.
How does a student get paired with a Peer Academic Success Coach?
If you are a student who would like to be paired with a PASC, please email Shannon Jayne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a faculty or staff member who would like to refer someone to the program, please click here to complete our referral form. We will inform the student that you recommended him/her for the program, so please have a discussion with the student first.
How does a student become a Peer Academic Success Coach?
Our fall 2014 PASCs have already been selected. Recruitment for spring 2015 will begin in October.
Please CLICK HERE for more information about applying to be a PASC.