College Orientation (COL)
COL 100. Freshman Academic Orientation. 1 Credit Hour.
Through interactive learning experiences, Freshman Academic Orientation introduces students to college level thinking skills, interpersonal skills, and effective study skills necessary for academic success. Students have the opportunity to participate in a faculty/student academic mentoring program.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COL 101. College Survival and Success. 3 Credit Hours.
This course is designed to facilitate a successful academic experience for first semester Gateway to College students. Students will be assisted in the personal, academic and social adjustments needed for college success. Learning styles, stress management, identification of personal strengths and weaknesses in learning, managing time, and the integration of school, work, and family are emphasized. Credit will not be given for this course if COL 100 and/or COL 507 is also taken. Co-requisite Concurrent enrollment in the Gateway to College program is required.
Prerequisites: Approval from the Gateway to College staff and Reading Proficiency.