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Southern Oregon University

Success at Southern TRiO SSS offers several free classes to students enrolled in the TRiO Student Support Services program. College Success classes have been developed to help facilitate students’ academic and personal success in college. Here is a list of the classes that will be offered Fall 2013:

 Freshman Academic Development SAS 101 (Fall Term)

Designed to help freshmen learn to succeed academically and personally. Students will participate in class activities designed to address issues specific to incoming freshmen. Students will also heighten understanding of themselves as learners by clarifying academic goals, improving time management skills, study skills, financial planning, collaborative skills, and assessment.

 

Transfer Student Academic Development SAS 102 (Fall Term)

 

Designed to help transfer students learn to succeed academically and personally. Students will participate in class activities designed to address issues specific to Transfer Students. Students will heighten understanding of themselves as learners by clarifying academic goals; improve time management skills, study skills, financial planning, collaborative skills, and assessment.

 

Academic Development SAS 103 (Fall, Winter, and Spring Terms)

 

The class provides a dual seminar/study class consisting of development seminars designed to understand and eliminate barriers to success. The course also provides a structured setting in which students may access professional and/or tutoring support to enhance their academic skills and performance.

 

Sophomore Success SAS 199 ( Fall Term)

 

 

Designed to address academic, career, relational and economic issues specific to students holding sophomore standing. The course comprises of seminars and in-class work that will result in a completion of a body of work that can be used throughout the year to enhance and support academic and personal success.

 

Junior Success SAS 199 ( Fall Term)

 

 

Designed to address academic, career, relational and economic issues specific to students holding junior standing. The course comprises of seminars and in-class work that will result in a completion of a body of work that can be used throughout the year to enhance and support academic and personal success.

 

Senior Success SAS 199 ( Fall Term)

 

 

Designed to address academic, career, relational and economic issues specific to students holding senior standing. The course comprises of seminars and in-class work that will result in a completion of a body of work that can be used throughout the year to enhance and support academic and personal success.