What is the Peer Accountability & Connection Program?
Are you a transfer student looking to connect with other transfer students? Do you want to improve your time management skills? PAC is for you!
The goal of this group is to provide transfer students guidance on improving organization and time management skills, meet with individuals from the CWU campus that represent a range of resource assistance, and create opportunities to build connections around academic support issues.
What can I expect from participating in PAC?
You will be able to:
Is PAC available online?
PAC is offered online for the fall quarter and available to all transfer students in their first 3 quarters at CWU. Participants meet once a week online throughout the Fall 2020 quarter. Participants can choose from one of the 3 times to attend synchronously with their peers:
Who is eligible to join the program?
All transfer students who are in the first 3 quarters are welcome to apply to the Peer Accountability & Connections Program. Because we want to create meaningful, engaged, and productive groups, we cap this program at 20 students for fall 2020. Deadline to apply is September 4, 2020 by 12:00pm. Apply early!
How do I apply?
The application to join PAC is not time consuming and can be completed through the link below.
What are students saying about the PAC?
“It helped to provide me support in the form[at] where I could ask questions about anything relating to campus that I was struggling with as a transfer.”
“Helped me be more social”
"Helped improve my relationship with scheduling"
"I've made tons of great friends my age. Transferring was made much less lonely!"
"I've been able to time manage my schedule better."
"That reaffirmation that I am not alone when it comes to being lost as a transfer student. Just having a meeting helped me to get out of my more often as a sort of accountability since I was signed up for PAC."
After participating, students highlighted some of the benefits they got from the group:
Here are some reasons students have joined the PAC program: