Peer Assistance for Support and Success (PASS)
The mission of The Office of Accessibility’s Peer Assistance for Support and Success (PASS) program is for students with disabilities to get involved on campus, get connected with campus resources, feel supported, and learn invaluable skills and strategies to ensure, not only academic success, but lifelong success. The program promotes inclusivity through workshops and events each semester.
Interested in seeing previous workshops and additional content from the PASS program?! Visit and subscribe to our YouTube page for the most up-to-date videos.
Are you looking for helpful apps to help improve your academic skills? The PASS program has put together a list of 28 apps that help students build academic skills; such as studying, organization, and time management. The features and description of each app are highlighted in the document as well as the areas the app seeks to improve.
Have you heard of UA’s Pulse App but not sure what it is or how to use it? PASS has put together a how-to guide to walk you through how to use the app. Also, don’t forget to check out the video tutorial on the PASS YouTube page.
PASS will be rolling out a new peer mentorship program to assist students with academic skills. Please be on the lookout for additional information on how to schedule an appointment soon!