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What is UNIV 100?

 

UNIV 100 (First-Year Seminar) is a 3 credit-hour, 15-week course designed to help students transition successfully from high school to UL Lafayette.

The course has two components:

(1) Cajun Connection, an extended introduction to the campus and academic work; a required part of UNIV 100

(2) First-Year Seminar, the fifteen week course

About UNIV 100

Students choose a First-Year Seminar topic or theme that interests them and enroll in that UNIV 100 section. The course is problem-based or project-based, and engages students in meaningful inquiry and activities that develop core cognitive skills such as critical thinking, information literacy, and oral and written communication skills. Many UNIV 100 courses will culminate in a student-produced project – the best projects are then shown off in the UNIV 100 Showcase.

There is a $95 course fee associated with this class.

Fall 2020 UNIV 100 Catalog

UNIV 100 courses for the Fall 2020 semester are organized into themes and then by topic. We recommend that you browse this catalog, clicking on the course topic for a description of the section. Note those section/CRN numbers that interest you and fit your schedule.

View the course offerings in the Fall 2020 UNIV 100 Catalog. Course offerings are also available under the course code UNIV 100 on the Schedule of Classes web page.  

 

Go to Univ 100 Showcase to view previous projects!