GSG Spring 2017 Session Schedule:
Click here for the GSG session schedule. Also, please consult your faculty and TAs during office hours or stop by departmental resource rooms (e.g,, Chemistry Resource Room in 211 Whitmore, Physics Learning Resource Room in 207 Osmond, etc.). Guided study group sessions will conclude on Friday, April 28th and exam reviews will conclude on Sunday, April 30th.
GSG Upcoming Exam Reviews (alpha order by course):
ECON 102: Matt (GSG Leader with Brown) will facilitate an exam review on Thursday, April 27 from 7:00-9:00pm in 105 Forum.
ECON 102: Remington (GSG Leader with Kagundu) will facilitate an exam review on Saturday, April 29 from 4:00-6:00pm in 121 Sparks.
ECON 104: Connor (GSG Leader with Goffe) will facilitate an exam review on Thursday, April 27 from 6:00-8:00pm in 110 Wartik.
CHEM 110: Castle (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Thursday, April 27 from 6:30-8:30pm in 108 Chambers.
CHEM 110: Derek (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Sunday, April 30 from 5:00-8:00pm in 112 Buckhout.
MATH 110: Cassandra & Rahul (GSG Leaders) will facilitate an exam review on Thursday, April 27 from 7:00-10:00pm in 100 Thomas.
MATH 140: Michael (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Saturday, April 29 from 2:00-4:00pm in 100 Thomas.
MATH 141: David (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Wednesday, April 26 from 6:00-9:00pm in 108 Forum.
MATH 141B: Masoomi (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Saturday, April 29 from 3:00-6:00pm in 110 Wartik.
PHYS 212: Rob (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Saturday, April 29 from 3:00-6:00pm in 262 Willard.
STAT 200: Irene (GSG Leader with Shook) will facilitate an exam review on Tuesday, April 25 from 6:00-8:00pm in 112 Buckhout.
STAT 200: Rachel (GSG Leader with Philtron) will facilitate an exam review on Wednesday, April 26 from 6:00-8:00pm in 102 Forum.
STAT 200: Julia (GSG Leader with Lord) will facilitate an exam review on Thursday, April 27 from 6:00-8:00pm in 112 Borland.
STAT 200: Irene (GSG Leader with Shook) will facilitate an exam review on Sunday, April 30 from 4:30-6:30pm in 112 Borland.
STAT 200: Rachel (GSG Leader with Wiesner) will facilitate an exam review on Sunday, April 30 from 6:00-9:00pm in 111 Wartik.
STAT 250: Mario (GSG Leader) will facilitate an exam review on Friday, April 28 from 6:00-8:00pm in 110 Wartik.
GSG Employment - Fall 2017
We are currently seeking to fill the following GSG leader positions: Math 110, Phys 212 and Stat 200. If you are interested in applying, please visit the Penn State jobs website https://ohr.psu.edu and apply to job# 70413. Be sure to upload all requested documents. Thank you for your interest in becoming a Guided Study Groups leader.
Guided Study Groups (GSG): Students helping students succeed!
Guided Study Groups or GSG is a collaborative learning program designed to support students, who are enrolled in challenging larger lecture courses. Basically, GSG is a study group led by a trained student leader (more information on this in our FAQ). Please take a few minutes to read the information below and discover how GSG can help you meet academic success.
How do I use the services offered through GSG?
GSG sessions are scheduled for set times and locations throughout the semester. You are welcome to come and go from the sessions because your attendance is voluntary and confidential.
- GSG leaders will make a few announcements in your class lectures and share session times or they’ll distribute promotional flyers.
- Your faculty member may have the GSG session times on his/her syllabus or course website.
NOTE: If a leader is not attending your specific class lecture time [e.g., MATH 110 at 10:10am MWF], but is attending an earlier or later time [9:05am or 1:25pm], you may not hear a verbal announcement. However, your faculty member may let you know that GSG sessions are available through other means.
Recommendations for a Successful GSG Experience
Your personal preparation and regular attendance at the sessions is highly recommended. Read your course materials, bring questions to seek better understanding and clarification, and be willing to work with your peers in a group setting. In addition, you are highly encouraged to attend all course lectures, and visit faculty and TA office hours and department resource rooms.
How can GSG sessions help me meet academic success?
GSG sessions can help you:
- think more critically about your course material, class lectures, homework problems, etc.
- learn how to question yourself and others in discovering the unknowns and solutions of the subject matter.
- better understand key concepts, especially through multiple perspectives of your peers.
- to articulate what you know and what you don’t know about the subject.
- build on foundational material and integrate newer knowledge as the content becomes more complex.
- prepare for and review for quizzes and exams.
- By subject
- Full GSG course schedule
- Frequently asked questions
- Information for faculty and advisors
- Employment opportunities
Please call the Penn State Learning (PSL) numbers that are listed below. A member of our student and professional staff will be happy to assist you.