SD10 Course (Freshman Seminar)
SD 10 Mission Statement
Student Development (SD10) is a one credit Freshman Seminar Course. The course facilitates interactive learning for students, provides information and skills important for transition to and success in college. In order to provide students with an opportunity to develop personally, academically, and socially, the course is divided into several components which include: academic policies, career exploration, diversity, learning styles, and library skills. Students are encouraged to think critically as well as to develop an academic and life plan. The class promotes the development of a strong bond between the student and their instructor/advisor as well as with the college community.
What is SD10?
Student Development 10(SD10) is a one credit, twelve week course geared for freshmen students who are part of the Learning Communities program. SD10 is an extended orientation class that facilitates interactive learning. It provides information and skills to help students adjust well to college and helps prepare them to become successful in their academic and personal pursuits in life. It addresses some of the following core topics: