First Semester Seminar (FSS)

FSS-125 First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125A First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125B First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125C First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125D First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

Prerequisite(s): Section only open to students invited by faculty.

FSS-125E First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125F First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125G First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

Prerequisite(s): Section only open to students invited by faculty.

FSS-125H First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125I First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125J First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125K First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

FSS-125L First Semester Seminar (2 credits)

FSS-125 introduces beginning students to academic studies through an engaging instructor-chosen topic. Students would get a first look at what it means to study an academic subject through reading, viewing, and engaging with faculty, staff, and other students. In addition to learning college-level academic skills, students would also learn strategies for being a successful college student, including practicing time-management skills, communicating effectively with faculty, and using college resources, such as the Library and the CRC, and college technology, such as Moodle and LiveText. This course would also include the students' first careering experience, through taking the Strong Interest Inventory and doing research on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Website. The Social Interaction Level 1 external assessment would be facilitated by this course.

Prerequisite(s): Section only open to students invited by faculty.