As an incoming freshman, you have the option of participating in a First-Year Interest Group (FIG). FIGs create smaller communities where students can more easily get to know their peers and professors. FIGs -- some of which include a shared residence hall -- consist of one to three courses linked together and taken by a cohort of first-year students. When you sign up for a FIG, you get to:
Register early and have a partial schedule made prior to your orientation session.
Enroll in some of our most popular courses.
Interact with professors who excel at connecting with first-year students.2015 FIGs
- Art Program. For students who have been pre-accepted into the Art Department. Students take two to three art foundation courses in common and live together in Lenape Hall.
- BS/DO Program. For students who have been pre-accepted into the BS/DO program. Students take Pre-Osteopathic Seminar, General Chemistry I, and Biology I togehter, and live together in Lenape Hall.
- Scholar’s Mentorship Program (SMP). For students invited to participate in the SMP program. Student take Issues in the Education of Underrepresented College Students and live together in Shango Hall.
- Business Pre-Major FIG. For students pre-accepted into the Business Department. Students take Comp I and two business courses together.
- Art Pre-Major FIG. For students pre-accepted into the Art Department. Students take two to three art foundation courses together.
- Honors Program. For students pre-accepted into the Honors program. Students take two courses in common.