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First Year Seminar

FYS 1010: Just 1 credit can pave the way for the next 119

Looking to improve your study skills and establish positive habits that will influence your academic success your freshman year and beyond? First Year Seminar (FYS 1010) is the course for you. 

This one credit course is designed to help students:

  • Ease the transition from high school to university life
  • Develop skills and study strategies necessary for college success
  • Understand wellness as it relates to university life and create personal health goals
  • Identify both personal and academic needs and establish connections to university resources 

Through course discussions, activities, and a common reading experience, students will develop awareness of their evolving identity as university students. 

*Be sure to let your advisor know you want to register for FYS 1010 at New Student Orientation.



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Want more information? Contact Angela Zanardelli Sickler, Coordinator of Study Skills and First Year Seminar Programs, at (313) 577-4195 or au1072@wayne.edu.