Need a study break? Join us at P.A.S.S.!


P.A.S.S. Event on December 5, 2015

Studies show that students consistently rate stress as the most significant factor negatively impacting their academic performance. But the P.A.S.S. (Peak Academic Success and Satisfaction) Program is here to help! Find time to take care of yourself while you study at this even on December 3, 2015.

What is P.A.S.S.? P.A.S.S. is put together by UNC Student Wellness each year on Reading Day. It’s geared at providing a stress relief study break for students. Last year about 500 students got creative at the Joe and Van Gogh painting and coloring stations, crafted friendship bracelets, tapped into their inner yogi, made yummy parfaits, and much more! You can expect these same great activities this year along with many more. And there will be free catered food by local restaurants. Also, learn about self-care, time management and effective study strategies.

  • Location: Carolina Great Hall
  • When: December 3, 2015
  • Time: 6pm–9pm
  • Cost: FREE FREE FREE!

What will you find?

  • Food catered by Vimala’s Curryblossom Café, Jersey Mike’s, and Amante pizza
  • Coffee provided by Alpine and Daily Grind
  • Arts and crafts
  • Video games
  • Yoga and meditation
  • A space to take a breather with your friends!

This event is co-sponsored by Carolina Dining Services, Office of Student Conduct, UNC Campus Health Services, Campus Rec, I.T.C., Housing, LGBTQ Center, Office of the Dean of Students, Academic Advising, D.I.C.E, Carolina Women’s Center, New Student and Carolina Parents Programs.

Bring your friend and come to P.A.S.S. for a fun (and productive) time before finals!

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