Freshman Seminar/Transfer Student Seminar
Coordinators: Danielle Holloway, Jan T. Stroud
UNV 1000 , Freshman Seminar, introduces students to UNCP and college life by covering such varied topics as success in academic courses and the possibilities and responsibilities of life on a college campus. The class will include discussions and activities about academic challenges, independence, time management, and becoming an integral part of the UNCP experience. This class is a gateway to the university that enables students to connect to faculty and academic services while also introducing strategies to be successful in college. A grade of “C” (2.0) or better must be earned to satisfy the Freshman Seminar requirement. Students involved in a Living Learning Community will take the UNV 1000 course together and may also enroll in UNV 1010 .
The purpose of UNV 1060 , Transfer Student Seminar, is to help immerse transfer students into the academic life and social life at UNC Pembroke. This course aims to give students the know-how on how to not only navigate the campus at UNC Pembroke, but to also become familiar with the academic and University policies on campus and to familiarize students with the resources that UNC Pembroke has to offer.
These courses are offered through the Center for Student Success , which also offers UNV 1100 , Strategies for Success, and UNV 2000 , Introduction to Student Development Theory and Peer Education.