The Peer-Led Undergraduate Studying program offers organized, efficient study groups to more than 6,000 students each year. For more information about PLUS, contact Leta Moser.
Peer-Led Undergraduate Studying (PLUS) assists students enrolled in historically difficult courses by offering class-specific, weekly study groups. Students can attend any study group at any point in the semester to review for an exam, discuss confusing concepts, or work through practice problems.
PLUS is free and open to students enrolled in supported sections and typically begins the third week of the semester.
More information about PLUS can be found on its wiki.
PLUS supports challenging courses during long semesters for a variety of departments on campus, including accounting, biology, and social work. Supported courses vary by semester and are added to the program by request. To add PLUS to your course, contact Leta Moser.
Facilitators are student group leaders currently enrolled in the class who provide a collaborative group study experience. Facilitators must apply within the first few days of the semester; listen for an announcement at the first lecture meeting. All students are eligible to apply, but the selection process is competitive.
Facilitators build their group facilitation skills by meeting weekly with the course instructor and an experienced peer coordinator to plan study group activities and receive ongoing training.
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