Student Success First-Year Seminar Courses
For these classes, we work closely with the Academic Achievement Center to offer academic support to students inside and outside the classroom in the form of tutoring, supplemental instruction, and academic coaching.
EDCEP 111 - Foundations of College Student Success
In addition to helping students make the transition to university courses and college-level learning, First-Year Seminar Foundations of College Student Success courses also emphasizing college student success skills such as time management, study skills, critical thinking strategies, etc. As a place to ask questions about the University and practice the skills needed to succeed as a first-year student, these courses provide support for the transition into college life and the K-State community.
The Foundations of College Student Success course will help you find your way and give you the chance to:
- Discuss common problems and concerns with other first-year students.
- Find effective ways to make the transition from high school to college.
- Discover how to gain the most from co-curricular activities.
- Learn about K-State policies, procedures, and services.
- Practice skills required for academic success such as time management and critical thinking.
- Explore interests, academic strengths, values, and career goals.
- Be exposed to diverse insights, strategies, and techniques that are essential to success in a multicultural world.
Foundations of College Student Success is a graded, elective course that may be taken for 2 credits. For more information about the course, click HERE. For information about sections and times, see our First-Year Seminar course list HERE.