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Hi Antoinette:

As Director of Tutoring and Student Success, I teach our student success
courses which include those for freshmen, first-time-in-college, 'at-risk'
populations, developmental populations, etc.  We don't have a specific
Freshmen Seminar course, but the student success courses address the types
of topics that would be in such a course.   If we did have a Freshman
Seminar course, I would no doubt be the 1st person approached to teach it.  

My ultimate goal though, is to include other faculty members and staff such
as counselors to be a part of the student success courses.  

Hope that helps!

Kate Jakobson, Director
Tutoring and Student Success
Kirtland Community College
989.275.5000 x 211
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Subject: Who teaches your Freshmen Seminar?

Hello:

 

If you are part of a university program that provides academic support
specifically for new high school graduates from underserved
environments, please respond.

 

            -           Who teaches your Freshmen Seminar course?  This
would be the course that helps students make the transition to college
(i.e., self-management                                     skills,
college etiquette, college learning and study skills, etc.?)  

 

-                      Does faculty teach the course that help students
make the transition to your university?  (I am not asking about the
"First Year Experience.")  

 

I appreciate your responds.  Thank you.

 

Antoinette McConnell

Coordinator, Project Success

 


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