Peer Supported Learning Member - Peer Supported Learning


Peer Supported Learning (PSL) Members are students who:

  • Demonstrate a self-regulated and active approach to learning
  • Voluntarily attend at least ten (10) Peer Supported Learning sessions per semester, per university course
  • Collaborate with peers outside of regularly scheduled classes to foster a deeper understanding of challenging academic concepts
  • Contribute to the development of a community of learners within their discipline

Position Requirements

Peer Supported Learning (PSL) Members are students who:

  • Take control of their learning
  • Dedicate time to attend at least ten (10) PSL sessions per semester
  • Take an active role in their own learning and the learning of others
  • Work with other PSL attendees
  • Engage in all session activities

Sign-up Directions

To learn more of the benefits of Peer Supported Learning, visit FAQ for Students.

PSL Members attend at least ten (10) PSL sessions per semester for a dedicated course. Students must sign-in for all PSL sessions.

PSL Learning courses are 1st or 2nd year courses in the following subject areas:

  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physical Education
  • Psychology

To view Fall courses with Peer Supported Learning sessions please visit Peer Supported Learning.