This course introduces first-year students to ideas and strategies required for college-level academic inquiry and college success, including critical thinking, communication, cultural competence, problem-solving, data interpretation, and institutional knowledge. Students develop college preparedness skills such as time management, note taking, study methods, test taking, information literacy, and an understanding of academic integrity. Students apply critical thinking and communication skills to areas such as cultural diversity, media literacy and financial literacy and gain an understanding of campus and community resources. Students create an appropriate academic plan, financial plan, and career/transfer plan in the course of the semester. Liberal Arts and Liberal Arts-Social/Behavioral Science, Black Studies, Criminal Justice, and Religious Studies students are required to enroll in FYE 101 within the first 12 credits.
FYE 101 - First Year Experience
Credit Hours: 3