Members of OFYE must enroll in UNIV 100: Foundations for College Success, Lifelong Learning and Self-Development course. Through UNIV 100, students explore different majors while also meeting general education requirements, creating learning styles, developing time management strategies and productive study habits. The broad range of academic and student support services, clubs, and organizations that the University offers will also be presented to UNIV 100 students. Once enrolled in UNIV 100, you will automatically be registered for Compass Crossing Learning Community, a learning community designed to explore academic majors and careers related to personal and professional goals, foster community with UNIV 100 peers, and connect to campus resources.
In UNIV 100, students work with faculty and a peer mentor who helps support their transition in college. In UNIV 100, first-year students make new friends, develop close relationships with professors and professional staff, and learn from the example of a successful second, third, or fourth-year student who serves as a peer mentor.