CWU UNIV 101 - Syllabus (3 pages)

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Central Washigton University
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Univ 101 - Academic Advising Seminar
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UNIV 101 043 Academic Advising Seminar Fall 2007 T 11 00 12 00 AM Instructor Jerry Dougherty Office Hours 11 00 12 00 M Th 1 00 2 00 T and by appointment Office MCCO110 Phone 963 3239 Email dougherj cwu edu http www cwu edu dougherj UNIV101 Catalogue Course Description UNIV 101 Academic Advising Seminar This course is designed for students to learn about the mission of the general education program and majors in order to make informed academic decisions and discover opportunities for personal growth Required Texts Steps to College and Career Success Santrock and Halonen CWU Edition The Advising Handbook 2007 2008 University Catalog Central Washington University Registration Student Handbook 2007 2008 Course Objectives The primary purpose of this course is to support your success as a student at Central Washington University There are many facets to student success consequently the course covers the following specific objectives By the end of the course students will be able to Identify and practice basic college survival skills including study skills time management and test taking skills Describe CWU students rights and responsibilities behavioral and learning expectations of CWU faculty and classroom etiquette Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate academic advising resources available to CWU students Explain CWU s general education and graduation requirements and prepare a written personal four year academic plan Illustrate basic research skills by selecting and locating CWU library information resources on a topic Show the ability to utilize CWU computing resources to send and receive email and obtain a CAPS report Recognize the many non classroom opportunities for growth and leadership present in a residential university setting Classroom Etiquette All cell phones and other electronic communication devices must be silences if they are brought into the classroom I too will follow this policy I reserve the right to answer any phones that go off during class You



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