UNIV 060. Supplemental Instruction (1)
Supplemental instruction is an academic-assistance program designed to help students master difficult course material in historically challenging classes. Students participate in a series of weekly peer-facilitated small-group study sessions that focus on learning strategies and problem-solving skills specific to the corresponding lecture course. Students enroll in UNIV 060 for 1 unit, non-baccalaureate credit.
UNIV 061. Supplemental Instruction in Writing (1)
UNIV 061 is a mandatory corequisite for 113A–Approaches to University Writing. Students enrolled in AAS 113A, AFRS 113A, CAS 113A, CHS 113A, ENGL 113A, LING 113A or QS 113A must enroll concurrently in supplemental instruction, for which they will receive a maximum of 1 additional unit of non-baccalaureate credit per semester. UNIV 061 sessions are led by experienced peers who have been successful in writing courses.
UNIV 062. Supplemental Instruction in Writing (1)
UNIV 062 is a mandatory corequisite for 113B–Approaches to University Writing. Students enrolled in AAS 113B, AFRS 113B, CAS 113B, CHS 113B, ENGL 113B, LING 113B or QS 113B must enroll concurrently in supplemental instruction, for which they will receive a maximum of 1 additional unit of non-baccalaureate credit per semester. UNIV 062 sessions are led by experienced peers who have been successful in writing courses.
UNIV 100. Freshman Seminar (3)
In this course first-time freshmen learn and practice the skills necessary for success in college, life, and their career. Topics include community-based learning, ethical decision-making, information competence and literacy, goal setting, self-discovery, learning skills, time management, health and safety, and holistic wellness. Students learn about key resources and policies on campus through on-site visits and in-class presentations. Students will also have the opportunity to develop a strong sense of belonging at CSUN by forming connections and relationships with classmates, the campus, and members of the campus community. The class includes frequent writing assignments, reflection, and learner-centered activities and discussions. (Available for General Education, E Lifelong Learning.) (IC)