UNIV100 Syllabus

UNIV100 Syllabus - UNIV100Fall,2010 Sections1503...

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UNIV 100 Fall, 2010 Sections 1503 The Student in the University Course Syllabus Instructor: Mr. Tim Lapanne (Section 1503) 0104 Symons Hall (301) 405-5308 Courtney Shay [email protected] TA Our Classroom: 3216 JMP E-mail [email protected] I. Course Description An introduction to the University and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources as a community of students, staff, and faculty; an examination of learning strategies and resources; a development of self as a resource for success; and information and experiences to help students achieve an efficient transition into the learning community of the University. II. Course Objectives
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Develop and demonstrate skills needed for success in the college environment Develop and demonstrate knowledge of campus resources Hone decision-making skills Make appropriate shifts in time management and study strategies Understand and work with all resources relevant to academic program planning Gain working knowledge of the key academic policies for academic progress and success Learn about the Nation’s Land Grant University system and the AGNR mission Establish early associations with fellow students in AGNR Relax and enjoy the university experience III Policies a Documented Disability Students having physical or other challenges which can be appropriately documented (for policies governing documentation, please inquire through Disability Support Service in Shoemaker Hall) should see the instructor immediately. b
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