The Partners Achieving Student Success (PASS) program is designed to develop lines of communication among students, their designated partner (usually parent or guardian) and University staff. By providing information to the student’s partner the student can gain a valuable ally in their academic development. Because of Federal regulations (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) services can only be provided to members of the PASS program after the student signs a Release of Information form.
Benefits of the PASS Program
Notification of the non-student partner if the student receives an Early Warning Referral.
Information about support services available to help students achieve success.
Personal Assistance when questions, concerns or problems arise, members may call or email the Academic and Career Services staff.