UniversityPASS is an award-winning curriculum solutions tool from Surgent that’s built to equip accounting students with the tools they need to pass the CPA, CMA, EA or CIA Exam — all while making professors’ jobs easier.

You’ll be able to create as many “courses” as you need, each with it’s own schedule, student lists, assignments and more.

Universitypass dashboard for professors

Professor benefits

  • Up-to-date, AICPA-aligned (and more) content for your classroom that is both incredibly comprehensive and easy for students to digest.
  • An easier way for you to:
    • Create homework assignments using Surgent resources including video demonstrations, lecture slides, lecture notes, and text references.
    • Create quizzes and exams.
    • Monitor student progress in your UniversityPASS gradebook.
    • Export data for LMS integration.
    • Access to pre-built course templates – or build your own using content from the CPACMAEA, or CIA Exams.
  • Free continuing education for professors! Surgent CPE Unlimited Packages (a $799 value) are available at a deeply discounted rate (or even free!) for participating institutions.

Student benefits

  • Students profit from earlier exposure to the CPA, CMA, EA or CIA Exam content by using Surgent materials, which fully align to the respective exam.
  • Surgent’s adaptive technology helps students identify and focus on their weaker areas, improving comprehension where it counts.
  • Student access is attractively priced at just $50 per student per semester.
    • In addition, a deeply discounted rate is available for students who wish to continue using Surgent for exam prep,
    • No starting over! All of the student progress is saved and automatically transferred to the prep course – saving time and energy.
UniveristyPASS dashboard for students

Surgent offers the ideal solutions for higher education. Fill out this short form to set up a demo of UniversityPASS today.


“I’ve tried other test prep courses and found this to be the best, most flexible, comprehensive, easy to understand out of all of them.”

— Mark M.