Course Description

STSK.1110 - Freshman Seminar (1)
Enhances the student's adjustment and success with the college experience. The Freshman Seminar course provides first-year students with a general orientation and introduction to resources and skills helpful in the transition to college life and to assist in long term academic and personal success. It is designed to facilitate a successful college experience. Students will develop college-level study skills and will learn about college resources to assist them in their personal and academic adjustment to college life. Strategies for a successful college experience, including: time management, studying smart, taking notes from lecture and textbooks, writing, test taking techniques, stress management, learning teaching styles, preparing speeches, introduction to online learning, navigating D2L and ITV/distance learning will be covered.

Course Outline - Freshman Seminar [pdf]

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): Not Available OR Does not Apply

Course Availability

CRS ID SEC ENR WL MAX TIMES DAYS DATES LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
000091 81 4 0 30 ~   6/5/17~6/30/17 ONLINE-ONLINE Lou Williamson
  Notes: Completely Online Course
000449 01 0 0 30 12pm~2:50pm MTWHF 8/7/17~8/11/17 CLADCM-213 Kristofer Babler
  Notes: This course will be held Aug 7 through Aug. 11.
000339 83 0 0 30 ~   8/21/17~9/29/17 ONLINE-ONLINE Lou Williamson
  Notes: Completely Online Course
000337 82 0 0 30 ~   8/21/17~9/29/17 ONLINE-ONLINE Lou Williamson
  Notes: Completely Online Course
000336 02 0 0 30 10:30am~11:50am M W 8/21/17~9/27/17 CLADCM-212 Lou Williamson
  Notes: This course will be held Aug. 21 through Sept. 27.
000330 81 0 0 30 12pm~12:50pm M 8/21/17~12/14/17 PIPBIL-205B Stacy Christensen
000329 81 0 0 30 12pm~12:50pm M 8/21/17~12/14/17 LVRNE-103 Stacy Christensen
000328 04 0 0 30 12pm~12:50pm MT H 8/21/17~9/26/17 MN100B-112 Unassigned Staff
  Notes: This course will be held Aug. 21 through Sept. 26.
000338 03 1 0 30 2pm~2:50pm T H 8/22/17~10/10/17 CLADCM-212 Lou Williamson
  Notes: This course will be held Aug. 22 through Oct. 10.