Freshman Year Experience
1001 - Freshman Seminar - 1 credit hour
Designed to assist first-year students with their
transition to college life both on an academic and social level.
This highly interactive course will help students understand how to
be successful in college by identifying and practicing certain
skills and behaviors. Within a small class environment, students
discuss topics such as classroom civility, responsibility, time
management, study skills, liberal arts education, college policies
and procedures, career exploration, health and wellness, and money
management. As a result, students will be better prepared and
equipped to handle everyday challenges and stresses of college.
Note: Dropping this course
is not permitted. Course rotation: Fall and
2011-4011 - Peer Mentor Leadership - 1 credit hour
Focuses on the development of the skills and knowledge
required for sophomore, junior and senior undergraduates to
effectively assist with Freshman Seminar. Students develop
materials to assist freshmen in adjusting to the college
environment, and research leaders and profile them through an oral
Dropping this course is not permitted as it is a requirement for
the Peer Mentor program.
Note: FYE 2011 is for
first year peer mentors; FYE 3011 is for second year peer mentors;
and FYE 4011 is for third year peer mentors.