Course Description:This course provides the entering student with information necessary for successful adjustment to college life, work, and services at the college. Attention is given to study habits, vocational choice and the development of a well-rounded philosophy of life. This course is mandatory for students who have completed fewer than 12 semester hours and for all high school graduates who were dually-enrolled.
Required textbooks/ course materials:
No textbook or course materials are required to purchase for this course.
Will be distributed: current college catalog and current college Student Handbook/Planner
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
Discipline-level learning outcomes:
SLS 1101 is not a General Education core course
- To learn of the various on-campus resources available
- To learn college rules and regulations
- To learn that health and wellness are related to college success
- To learn how to plan for your chosen career
- To learn fundamental time-management skills
- To learn how to prepare for and take tests
- To learn fundamental goal-setting skills
- To learn graduation requirements
- To learn transfer requirements
Course-level learning outcomes:
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To learn of the various on-campus resources available
To learn college rules and regulations
To learn that health and wellness are related to college success
To learn how to plan for your chosen career
To learn fundamental time-management skills
To learn how to prepare for and take tests
To learn fundamental goal-setting skills
To learn graduation requirements
To learn transfer requirements
|Quizzes, Tests, Final Exam|
Means of accomplishing learning outcomes:
The course will consist primarily of self-paced reading of the Chipola College Catalog, Student Planner, and CANVAS modules content. Students will complete the modules in CANVAS. There will be handouts including, but not limited to, the Chipola College Catalog, the Chipola College Handbook/Planner, and Academic Advising Plans. Electronic and printed versions of these handouts are provided online at www.chipola.edu. These and other materials will be used to support the student of various topics such as the college resources, time-management, graduation, and transfer requirements.
College-wide policies and resources
For more specific information on Chipola's college-wide academic policies and resources available to students, visit the link below.Policies & Resources