The content on the University Survival website is the product of working with undergraduate students over a career that has spanned 6 decades. The content has been developed from working with approximately 1000 freshmen each year.
The content contained on the website can be used in a number of ways.
- Integrated into a first year course designed to improve the transition to college
- Incorporated into the course materials for any “rescue course” your institution might have for students in academic danger.
- Incorporated into the course materials for at risk students as a preventive strategy
- Provided to academic advisors and student support staff who work with students.
- Become a part of a parent connection for your campus to help parents deal with the issues their students are going through
- Use as part of special programming in the summer prior to student’s full-time enrollment to prepare them for college.
- Used as on-line programming for students once they are accepted into your institution to help them prepare for college while they are still in high school.
You will no doubt think of other ways to use the content here. The website is intended to be community driven. Should you have any questions about how to use the content, just submit it on the community link on the homepage. We value your experience with the content, especially any testimonials you would like to share with us. You can also submit these on the community link. Testimonials can be from your students or from your own experiences.
You will also notice that we have a course syllabus link as well. We will be posting syllabi from courses which use the content from the website in their courses. To submit your syllabus just sent your syllabus to [email protected]. .