Pacific Academic Solutions and Success

pacific students in traditional dress

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The PASS programme can potentially provide additional tutoring for Pasifika students at no extra cost. The way it works is that once you register and indicate which courses you need a tutor for, the Pacific Development Team will attempt to recruit a tutor who has done that course (if a tutor is not already employed) and adds them to the PASS Tutor List (see below). Students are able to contact the relevant tutor’s on the Tutor List to arrange additional tutoring.

How to use PASS Effectively

Firstly read the terms of use. It is important to note that PASS is not an alternative to attending your lectures and tutorials; it should be used to supplement your learnings from lectures and tutorials. In addition, PASS tutorials are not designed for students to show up with no course materials or questions. To use PASS effectively, you should attempt the following as much as possible:

  1. Attend all of your lectures and tutorials. Take notes, and highlight parts you do not understand or find difficult.
  2. Do all required readings, and once again take notes and highlight parts you do not understand or find difficult.
  3. If your enquiry is in regard to an assignment or essay, we encourage you to attempt as much as you can, and highlight the parts you do not understand.
  4. We encourage you to ask your lecturer or tutor for the course for help understanding the parts you found difficult.
  5. Where you are still not quite confident with the content, email or text the  PASS tutor. Include  (1) the course code, (2) useful information, eg. if it an essay, send the essay question, or if it is an equation, send the equation, (3) days and time you would be free to meet. Tutors should reply to you within two days. If a tutor takes longer than this, please contact Riki Welsh.

 By following these steps we hope you will get the most out of the PASS programme. Happy studying!

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Terms of Use

 

  1. All domestic Pacific students are eligible for a maximum of 30 hrs of supplementary tutoring for your courses throughout the year from the PASS programme.
  2. To register for the programme you must apply online (you only need to do this once per year). If the tutor you require is not on the list, let Riki Welsh know and we will attempt to recruit an appropriate tutor. Please note that requesting a tutor does not guarantee we will find one, but we will try!
  3. PASS Tutor sessions can be 1-2hrs in length and group sessions are preferred where there is more than one student requesting tutoring for a particular course (this is especially encouraged for Engineering students).
  4. New Zealand scholar students have access to New Zealand scholarship tutoring through the Student Care Team. Please ask us if you would like us to refer any of the tutors employed by PASS to your Student Support Advisor as a potential New Zealand Scholarship tutor.
  5. Tutoring will only happen on campus or via phone or email. Where other arrangements are wanted, please check in with Riki Welsh Pacific Team Leader first.

 

 

Course

Name

Email

Phone

Academic writing skills

Academic Skills Centre

learningskills@canterbury.ac.nz

+6433642314

ACCT102

Renee

rpo43@uclive.ac.nz

0221053093

ANTH 100 & 200 level

Olivia

ocs17@uclive.ac.nz

021661203

BIOL100 & 200 level

Noah

nfp22@uclive.ac.nz

0220811340

CHEM114 & 111

Nick

nrj22@uclive.ac.nz

02102363414

CLAS105

Torres

aet59@uclive.ac.n

 

COSC121, COSC122

Josh

jdt51@uclive.ac.nz

02778913504

CRJU101 and 201

Malcolm

mta160@uclive.ac.nz

 

ECON104 & 105

Tito

tal58@uclive.ac.nz

 

ECON104

Renee

                rpo43@uclive.ac.nz

0221053093

EDUC101

Nicole

njs146@uclive.ac.nz

0274828430

EDUC100 – 300 level

Brad

bwr27@uclive.ac.nz

0211786502

EMTH 100 level

Nick

Josh

nrj22@uclive.ac.nz

jdt51@uclive.ac.nz

02102363414

02778913504

ENCH199, ENCH241, ENCH281, ENCH291, ENCH292, ENCH293, ENCH295, ENCH296, ENCH298

Nick

nrj22@uclive.ac.nz

02102363414

ENCE260

Jesse

Jps111@uclive.ac.nz

0273374547

ENGL100 – 300

Brad

bwr27@uclive.ac.nz

0211786502

ENGR101

Nick

Ezra

nrj22@uclive.ac.nz

eau14@uclive.ac.nz

02102363414

0226004903

ENGR102

Ezra

Josh

eau14@uclive.ac.nz

jdt51@uclive.ac.nz

0226004903

02778913504

ESOL

Jo

whyterendall@gmail.com

 

Finance 100 – 300 level

Devmali

Klp67@uclive.ac.nz

0221651494

HLED121

Justin

Jgr144@uclive.ac.nz

02108256287

HLTH101, 110, 111

Justin

Jgr144@uclive.ac.nz

02108256287

HIST 100-300 level

Josiah

Jttuala@gmail.com

0278726479

HSRV 100 & 200 level

Olivia

ocs17@uclive.ac.nz

021661203

INFO123

Renee

rpo43@uclive.ac.nz

0221053093

LAWS101 and LAWS110

Lopasi

lof13@uclive.ac.nz

Darshini

Dad63@uclive.ac.nz

 

LAWS200 level

Darshini

Dad63@uclive.ac.nz

 

LAWS321 & 323

Darshini

Dad63@uclive.ac.nz

 

LING101, 102, 104, 215, 216, 217, 219, 225

Gia

Glh52@uclive.ac.nz

 

MAOR214

Unaiki

utm10@uclive.ac.nz

0279209353

MATH101

Nick

nrj22@uclive.ac.nz

02102363414

Josh

jdt51@uclive.ac.nz

02778913504

MGMT100 – 300 level

Renee

rpo43@uclive.ac.nz

0221053093

PHYS101

Nick

nrj22@uclive.ac.nz

02102363414

POLS 100 & 200 level

Josiah

Jttuala@gmail.com

0278726479

PSYC100 level

Samsara

sgu53@uclive.ac.nz

0279203454

Gia

Glh52@uclive.ac.nz

 

Sociology 

Tohoa

tlt25@uclive.ac.nz

0279654601

Olivia

ocs17@uclive.ac.nz

021661203

SOWK101 & 104

Leo

lac119@uclive.ac.nz

 

TECE355, 356, 359

(Tutoring via email or skype)

Ana

alr90@uclive.ac.nz

 

TEPI351, 352

(Tutoring via email or skype)

Ana

alr90@uclive.ac.nz

 

TEPP152

(Tutoring via email or skype)

Ana

alr90@uclive.ac.nz

 

STAT101

Renee

rpo43@uclive.ac.nz

0221053093

Te Reo Maori, TREO 100-300 level,

Unaiki

utm10@uclive.ac.nz

0279209353

Writing in general

Brad

bwr27@uclive.ac.nz

0211786502

 

PASS Learning Skills is run jointly with the Academic Skills Centre, UC Library and Pacific Development to provide academic skills workshops and study planning support for Pacific students.

The sessions are held for two hours each Thursday for the first four Thursdays of each Semester. Students do not need to attend the whole two hours. The sessions are designed to be informal and flexible. Students can show up with assessments that they need help starting or unpacking, or they can also show up with nothing, and the Learning Advisor will have materials ready to teach students things such as study techniques and note-taking skills. We strongly recommend first-year students attend these workshops.

For the information on times, dates, and venues, please see here...