UC 1000 Mastering the University Experience
UC 1000 class is a great introduction to the university learning environment! By focusing on academic planning, critical thinking, and specific success skills, UC 1000 increases students’ success in college and beyond. Each UC 1000 class will also be assigned a “peer leader” – a current student who will be an additional resource as well as host group events/activities.
UC 1900 is one of two courses offered in each Learning Community. Through the use of readings, discussions, guest speakers, activities and independent projects, students in the seminar course will develop understanding and skills related to the theme of their specific Learning Community.
UC 1060 introduces students to on-line resources at Ohio University, including Blackboard, e-mail, online catalog, e-mail, financial aid and scholarship sites, and various academic websites. This course is required for all first year students.
UC 1100 is an excellent course for students who want to learn techniques that will increase their skills in time management, taking notes, study skills and preparing for and taking exams.
UC D998 assists students in developing active reading and student techniques such as summarizing main ideas, adjusting reading rate, and critical thinking skills. This course is recommended for new students with <20 on the ACT Reading section.
UC 1101 provides students with strategies for managing time and preparing for and taking tests.
UC 1102 focuses on strategies to improve students’ ability to select important information in lectures, discussions and textbooks, organize it in note form and effectively review it.