First Year Experience (FYE) Classes
UNIV 101/UNIV 103 are two-credit seminar courses for first-semester freshmen students. UNIV offers a blended course format, team-taught by a faculty member and a professional staff member. The course includes two primary components, one focusing on an interesting academic topic, with the second component devoted to new student transition topics. The team teaching format and combined components allow opportunities for students to explore and discuss the specific academic and the transition topics, utilize campus resources, develop critical thinking and writing skills and improve time management. To find specific meeting times and locations, visit the schedule of classes website. NOTE: Students may not register for multiple sections of UNIV 101/103.
*New this year, all students who enroll in a UNIV 101/103 course will be provided with a personalized peer success team*
FYE Courses offered during the fall 2022 semester include topics such as:
- History of National Parks
- LongCOVID:From BIOL to Society
- Politics, Social Justice, and Law
- What Is Fun About Fungi?
- How to Social Work
- What About Time Travel?
- Walt Disney and Modern America
- Festivals, Fans, & Jam Bands
- Leaders Changing Our World
- Living a Meaningful Life
And many more exciting course offerings just for new students – register during your Orientation Experience!
Questions about FYE courses? Contact Tyler Lenga, Assistant Director for First Year Success