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University of Alabama, First Year Experience
Transcript of University of Alabama, First Year Experience
First Year Experience will support the successful academic and social transition of new students into the University of Alabama community. Transition: "Any event, or non-event, that results in changed relationships, routines, assumptions, and roles...stress the role of perception in transitions...transition exists only if it is so defined by the individual experiencing it."
(Schlossberg et al., 1995, as cited in Evans, Forney, and Gido-DiBrito, 1998, p.111) Transition is different for everyone. Come and don't look back
Get me out of here
Doesn't hit until later
Come and always go home FYE Support, Resources, and Programs Individual Transition Meetings Campus Resources
Mentoring Transfer Student Services FYE Newsletter Register for a First-Year Seminar Course First-Year Student Scenarios You've settled in after your first month at UA. October comes and you want to get involved on campus. Your study strategies that have served you well in the past don't seem to be working in college. You may be looking for guidance through situations that arise in college and the decisions you are challenged to make. During your time at UA, you want to know everything about the campus and the surrounding community. Defining SELF Crimson for A Cause: August 14th - August 17th (Must register)
Week Of Welcome: August 17th-30th (Different events each day)
Your First Year, Your First Challenge!: August 19th (8:30am-5pm)
Get on Board Day: August 30th (5:00pm-10:00pm)
Majors Fair: February 27th (10:00am-3:00pm)
Service Learning Pro: SLpro.ua.edu
Interest Inventory: http://leadership.ua.edu/interestinventory.cfm
Intramural Sports: urec.ua.edu
Attend UA Athletic Events: rolltide.com
On-campus jobs: jobs.ua.edu
Greek Life: greekaffairs.ua.edu/join.cfm Get Involved Division of Student Affairs Foster Global Citizenship & Cultural Understanding
Develop Ethical Leaders
Promote Civic Engagement
Create a Culture of Assessment Social Media Academic Honor Council
Student Judicial Board
The Blackburn Institute
Student Government Organizations
Orientation Teams (Parent Ambassadors & Avantis)
Registered Student Organizations: The SOURCE thesource.ua.edu First Year Experience
Community Service Center
Housing and Residential Communities
Office of Student Involvement and Leadership
Career Center What will YOU accomplish as a first-year student? 132 Burke East
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
Phone: (205) 348-8404
Email: email@example.com Student Affairs Departments
Graduate Student Services
Dean of Students
Office of Student Media
Veteran and Millitary Affairs Get Involved sa.ua.edu Freshman Forum A freshman leadership development program with an emphasis on civic engagement. A community-building program for freshman and transfer students. A Book A publication written for students by students. Out-To-Lunch A time to engage with your faculty outside of the classroom over lunch. facebook.com/fyeatua twitter.com/fyeatua "As a member of the University of Alabama community, I will pursue knowledge; act with fairness, honesty, and respect; foster individual and civic responsibility; and strive for excellence." Applications available on fye.ua.edu NOW! Tau Sigma National Honor Society Honorary Society for transfer students. Provide programs and assistance for transfer students. FYE Programs
Individual Transition meetings
Transfer Student Services
Peer Leaders Camp 1831 Peer Leaders serve in the classroom with a University faculty or staff member for Freshman Learning Communities and Compass Courses. Connecting first-year students to the history and tradition of The University of Alabama. Participants will gain exposure to student life at UA while developing friendships and ensuring a successful transition to the University. First Year Experience and Parent Programs August 1st Thank you SGA for producing this video. $200 Book Scholarship!!