LYNN 101

First Year Seminar

Academic Year Semester Location Online
2017-2018 Fall, Spring Main campus No

Level: Undergraduate

Credits: 1

Lab Fee: None

Pre-requisites: None

LYNN 101 is a foundational course for all first year students. The course is designed to guide students through the transition to academic life at Lynn University. Students will be able to learn the academic and administrative competencies vital to success at Lynn during a structured, regular course time frame. Connected to the majors, these courses will allow participants to meet some of the professors in their chosen field, who will give an introduction to the types of courses required and experiences found in the major. In this course, students will also explore the Freshmen Summer Reader. Additionally, students will learn about many helpful programs and skills available, from competent and knowledgeable university staff members, in areas such as: academic support; information literacy; registration and advising; classroom technology; Title IX; study abroad; and even researching future careers.