First Year Experience

Curriculum Grid

(Updated July, 2015)

Core Courses in Department/Program   Learning Outcomes
 
 
 
UNIV 1105  
Learning Outcomes
 
 
 
 
UNIV 1105
 
“Foundations of College Success”
 
UNIV 1105 “Foundations of College Success”
Outcomes assessed during previous assessment cycle (2012-2013)
UNIV 1105
Learning Outcome 1
UNIV 1105
Learning Outcome 2
UNIV 1105
Learning Outcome 3
Effectively utilize a variety of note taking strategies. Effectively utilize the mechanics of goal setting. Effectively apply active reading strategies (e.g., annotation).
  UNIV 1105
Learning Outcome 4
UNIV 1105
Learning Outcome 5
UNIV 1105
Learning Outcome 6
UNIV 1105 “Foundations of College Success”
Outcomes for assessment during current assessment cycle (2013-2014)
Effectively apply a variety of time management strategies. Effectively apply test preparation and test taking strategies. Effectively utilize career/major exploration strategies and resources.
Additional UNIV 1105 “Foundations of College Success” Outcomes for future assessment Purpose of Education, Stress Management, Learning Strategies, Critical Thinking, and Academic Advisement
  UNIV 3170
Learning Outcomes
 
 
 
 
UNIV 3170
 
“FYE Peer Mentor Leadership
Seminar”
 
 
UNIV 3170 “FYE Peer Mentor Leadership Seminar”
Outcomes for assessment during current assessment cycle (2013-2014)
UNIV 3170
Learning Outcome 1
UNIV 3170
Learning Outcome 2
Apply effective communication skills with students and UNIV 1105 instructors. Facilitate effective lessons based on specific UNIV 1105 course topics.
Additional UNIV 3170 “FYE Peer Mentor Leadership Seminar” Outcomes for future assessment UNIV 3170
Learning Outcome 3
UNIV 3170
Learning Outcome 4
UNIV 3170
Learning Outcome 5
Apply effective leadership skills for use in UNIV 1105 fieldwork experience and beyond. Identify strategies to deal with challenges associated with the role of Peer Mentor. Articulate personal development resulting from the Peer Mentor experience.

Additional Information:
 
The First Year Experience UNIV 1105 “Foundations of College Success” instructors cover a total of eleven primary topic areas and five optional topics (see attachment). For this assessment period (2013-14), we have chosen to focus on three areas: time management, test preparation, and career/major exploration.
 
The First Year Experience UNIV 3170 “FYE Peer Mentor Leadership Seminar” covers five primary topic areas. For this assessment period (2013-14), we have chosen to focus on two areas: effective communication and facilitation skills.