Prepare for a successful academic career

We are offering four different courses for Spring Quarter 2015:

  • Race, Class and Gender in Sports Media
  • Evidence and Controversy in Medicine
  • Immigration and Higher Education: What is an American?
  • Smart-Phone, Small-Planet? Identity and Community in the Digital Age

These courses are great for freshmen, sophomore, and transfer students who are interested in improving their academic performance. Through these courses, students will be presented with interesting course material and will learn strategies to improve their note-taking, essay writing, reading, and study skills. As a part of the course, students will meet with a tutor-mentor three hours per week to work on class assignments and learn about university resources.  Section E will be reserved for English Language Learners (ELL) and recent immigrants.  

To request an add code, contact Anne Browning.

Current Courses

General Studies 101 A: Immigration and Higher Education. What is an American?

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  • SLN 14513
  • 3 credits, numerically graded, W credit
  • Class meets on Tuesdays from 2:30pm to 4:20PM
  • Meet with a tutor-mentor for 3 hours a week

General Studies 101 C: Evidence and Controversy in Medicine

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  • SLN  14515
  • 3 credits, numerically graded, W credit
  • Class meets on Wednesdays 11:30AM – 1:20PM
  • Meet with a tutor-mentor for 3 hours/week 

General Studies 101 D: Race, Class, Gender in Sports Media

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  • SLN 14516
  • 3 credits, numerically graded, W credit
  • Class meets on Tuesdays 11:30AM – 1:20PM
  • Meet with a tutor-mentor for 3 hours/week 

General Studies 101 E: Smart-Phone, Small-Planet?: Identity and Community in the Digital Age

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  • SLN  14517
  • Reserved for English Language Learners and recent immigrants
  • 3 credits, numerically graded, W credit
  • Class meets on Wednesdays 4:30PM – 6:20PM
  • Meet with a tutor-mentor for 3 hours/week