Marshall Academic Resources include our Marshall Study Sessions and Cracking the Core workshop.
Marshall Study Sessions are a supplement to classroom instruction and are led by Peer Academic Leaders (PALs) who assist students in understanding difficult concepts and building study skills and confidence in selected core course subjects. Marshall Study Sessions are currently offered during the Fall and Spring semesters for the following courses: ECON 351x, ECON 352x, BUAD 306/308, BUAD 310, and BUAD 311.
Marshall Study Sessions are similar to group tutoring and most effective when students attend class regularly and actively engage in the process of thinking critically about the course content. Sessions can also be used to meet with other students to form study groups, but will not include formal instruction-- so please bring your questions.
Cracking the Core was developed in consultation with faculty and is designed by PALs to help students review the necessary background knowledge and preparation required for success in ECON 351x and BUAD 310.
Please use the sidebar links for further information about Marshall Academic Resources, to find recordings of our Cracking the Core seminar from a previous semester, and to learn more about our PAL team!