Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) is a learning and leadership program accomplished through a collaborative effort between the Metas Program and STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). The central component of the program is weekly PLTL workshops for students enrolled in specified STEM courses that are facilitated by peer leaders. During the workshops, students participate in discussions, problem solving, and other activities to assist them in enhancing their subject matter knowledge, study skills, and course success.
Offered weekly until Friday, May
Some workshops are offered on
Check for daily updates with your Peer Leader or at the Metas Center (M-104)
The application deadline is the last day of the spring semester, Friday, May 22