University Seminar serves to introduce students to the college experience and facilitates a successful transition from high school to college. It orients students to college life by providing valuable information, skills, and strategies for success which are necessary to persist and graduate from Lincoln University.
Student Learning Objectives: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. identify and demonstrate effective social and academic skills;
2. describe significant events in history and tradition of Lincoln University;
3. demonstrate appreciation of lectures, recitals, and convocations;
4. demonstrate active critical thinking and reading by participating in class discussions and activities
5. conduct library research and demonstrate the effective use of technology;
6. connect and network with people at Lincoln University, including advisors, tutors, peers, instructors,
and other faculty/staff/administrators, and access student support resources;
7. understand the policies and programs outlined in the Lincoln University Undergraduate Bulletin;
8. demonstrate an understanding of the rights and responsibilities of students at Lincoln University as outlined in the Lincoln University Student Handbook ;
9. perceive specific personal strengths, weaknesses, skills, and abilities and use this knowledge to explore major and career options and make informed decisions regarding short-term and long-term goals.