Building a Sense of Community (1 Credit)
Students will have a common core of integrated educational experiences, learning how to become excellent students, how to survive and thrive in a college environment, and how to achieve their educational, personal and career goals. Students will develop the skills necessary to adjust to university life; they will sense that the curriculum is organically related and holistic, not a collection of courses.
- To establish a personal mentor/mentee relationship;
- To design an academic plan of study based upon skills and interests in conjunction with their adviser;
- To critique, analyze and utilize time management skills;
- To summarize the various elements of campus life;
- To use information retrieval systems: library, campus network and Internet;
- To locate and explain the services provided by various learning resources available on campus;
- To identify the steps necessary to complete an application for financial aid;
- To perform a computer-based, self-directed career search utilizing the facilities and resources provided by Career Services;
- To identify 10 health/wellness issues and campus resources for dealing with them;
- To summarize the history of California University; and
- To attend and critique three cultural/sports activities.
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar OR HON 100 Honors and University Orientation.