Welcome to Panther Academic Support Services

Johanna Dvorak, PhD - Director of PASS University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeWelcome to UWM's Panther Academic Support Services (PASS)! We are here to help improve your academic performance and college success.

Please take some time to browse our website to learn more about our wide range of services: tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, study groups, and academic resources. Our tutors are top students who can help you understand course content and guide you in college study strategies.

Johanna Dvorak, PhD
Director of PASS

Succeed this Spring Semester with SI

Plan for academic success this semester by attending a Supplemental Instruction (SI) review session.  View the Spring 2014 SI Schedule for a complete list of SI subjects and times.

PASS Programs and Services Are Currently Underway!

 

Connect with PASS for Academic Success

Whether you want to earn an A, or you find your course challenging, PASS is here for you!

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PASS Chat

Have a question about PASS programs?
Chat with us below! (Mon-Fri 9am-4pm)

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If we don't immediately respond, or if PASS Chat is offline, please e-mail your question or request to pass@uwm.edu

Send PASS a Text

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Send your question or request via SMS to
(414) 97-EXCEL or (414) 973-9235

Website Feedback

We'd like to hear your comments! Please send suggestions about the PASS website to Ryan at ryanbohn@uwm.edu.
................. Website Last Updated On:
.................. ...April 23rd, 2014

Mission Statement

To provide UW-Milwaukee undergraduate students a variety of academic support services to empower them to learn, achieve, and succeed in college.

Programs & Services

Center History & Org Chart

Did you know that Panther Academic Support Services has been around since the mid 1970's? Read more about the history of the center, written by the Director of PASS, Johanna Dvorak, PhD: History of the Center   Org Chart

 


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