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UNIV 101

First-Year Seminar

Undergraduate Education

Course Description

Intended for incoming freshmen, the course focuses on becoming an educated person and making the transition to life as a BYU Student. Topics include but are not limited to: managing expectations, relationships with faculty, healthy mindsets, working with diverse thoughts and opinions, and planning next steps.

When Taught

Fall

Grade Rule

Grade Rule 8: A, B, C, D, E, I (Standard grade rule)

Min

0.5

Fixed

2

Title

BYU Mission & Aims

Learning Outcome

<p>Recognize and value the unique community, purpose, and Mission and Aims of BYU and connect the BYU experience to their own educational and spiritual goals.&nbsp;</p>

Title

Campus Resources

Learning Outcome

<p>Identify and feel confident in accessing campus resources that provide support for academic success and personal resiliency in addition to physical, social, and financial well-being.</p>

Title

Disciple-Scholarship

Learning Outcome

<p>Develop the character essential to lifelong disciple-scholarship using gospel-centered learning, intellectual humility, and respectful engagement with others.</p>

Title

Belonging

Learning Outcome

<p>Be able to articulate the value of both contributing and belonging to the BYU community by embracing the Honor Code, the Dress and Grooming Principles &amp; Expectations, the Statement on Belonging, and current prophetic guidance; participating in activities and events; and serving others.</p>