Megan Ann Gribbin
GEN ST 199
Introduces students to various aspects of the University of Washington community. Includes exploration of university resources and opportunities, and academically related skill development. Credit/no credit only. Offered: A.
Come and learn all the inside tricks and tips about the University of Washington. Learn how to make the most of UW's resources. This class will help you find your place here at the University and show you how to make the university work for you.
Student learning goals
You will know your way around campus and will feel comfortable walking around.
You will have knowledge of resources like the Gateway Center, the career center, the student activities office, and more.
You will know where to get help for a variety of questions and problems that you might encounter in your time here at UW.
General method of instruction
This class will mainly be a discussion. You should feel free to ask questions and make comments. We will also have some speakers throughout the quarter.
No background necessary for this class.
Class assignments and grading
There will be light reading and several short self-reflections.
Students will be graded on participation and the completion of all assignments. This course is credit/no credit.