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WVUe 191: First-Year Seminar

Designed for students in the Center for Learning Advising and Student Success (CLASS). CLASS provides resources and support for students who are undecided or have not been admitted directly into their program of study.

Course Objective

WVUe 191 engages students in active learning strategies that enable an effective transition to college life at West Virginia University. Students will explore school, college and university programs, majors, policies and services relevant to academic success.

Expected Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course students will:

  • Apply critical thinking skills by utilizing campus resources that pertain to student success.
  • Recognize and locate institutional policies, procedures, and expectations necessary for timely progression toward graduation.
  • Explore majors through the creation of an academic plan that will result in a major career path.
  • Identify building blocks of strong, positive, social, and academic relationships through participation in experiences that expose students to WVU’s diverse and global community.

Know your Academic Policies & Statements

It is important to know what policies affect you as a student here at West Virginia University. Find out more about how these can affect you.

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Not a CLASS student?

If you have been directly admitted into your college and have questions about your First-Year Seminar, you can find the First-Year Seminar course coordinator for your major here.

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