Adjusting to college academics can be tough - but you can do it. These classes are designed to help.
Learn proven strategies to help you reach your full potential in the classroom and beyond.
Created to complement a traditional 16-credit course load at no additional student expense, you can take both classes by registering for one during fall semester and the other in the spring. We'd love to see you in class!
Learning Strategies for College Success
Learn about college success strategies, time management, how your brain learns best to optimize study time, and proven test preparation and memory techniques. You’ll also get to reflect on your goals for college and beyond (1 credit, meets first block fall semester and weekly throughout spring semester).
Actions & Attitudes for College Success
Explore actions, attitudes, and strategies that impact success in college and beyond. Explore how to harness your mindset, motivation, focus, decision making, and stress management. Reflect on possible career goals and how to take steps to achieve them (1 credit, meets second block fall semester and weekly throughout spring semester).
How and When To Register
Space is limited! Register along with your other classes or anytime before the start of the course.
Contact your faculty advisor or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Frequently Asked Questions
How will this course benefit me?
INQ 101 and 102 help equip you to study smarter and make choices that will positively impact your college career. In addition, each 1-credit course counts toward the 126 credits needed for graduation.
Will I be able to manage the coursework in addition to my other classes?
Yes! Instructors build study time into the semester calendar to ensure the coursework is manageable with your other classes.
When are these classes available?
Both courses are offered in the fall and spring semesters. INQ 101 meets twice per week for the first half of fall semester and once per week throughout the full spring semester. INQ 102 meets twice per week during the second half of fall semester and once per week through the full spring semester.