In it’s 18th year, the Promoting Academic Skills and Success Program (PASS) is a first-year, academic support program designed to benefit students during their transition from high school to college. Students are recommended by the Office of Admissions and acceptance to Eastern Michigan University is contingent based on the student’s documented agreement to participate with the PASS Program.
PASS provides students with block scheduling, free academic workshops, training in study skills, academic monitoring, individualized instruction and advising assistance. Students are typically eligible for PASS when their high school GPA’s and ACT/SAT test scores fall below the average of in-coming freshmen. The majority of students that participate in PASS successfully move on to their sophomore year at Eastern Michigan University.
– Maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA for the year
– Attend 10 hours per week at Eagle Study Tables
– Attend bi-weekly success coach meetings
– Take Math, English, Speech, and UNIV 101L