What is the FYI Program?
FYI stands for "First-Year Initiative," and is the type of popular living-learning community freshmen nationwide are choosing to live in. FYI blends living in a residence hall where half the students in the building are first-year students, with taking one or two courses in common during the fall semester.
What will I get out of FYI?
- Living with students you’ll recognize in class
- Developing a special rapport with instructors and other students
- Having a "Resident Mentor" peer advisor who’s been in FYI, right in your hall
- Leadership skills and lasting friendships!
What are some of the benefits of FYI?
How do I apply to FYI?You will receive a First-Year Application notice by e-mail by the end of May when the application process goes “live” online. Applications and a wait-list are on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have any specific questions now, you can e-mail Robin Cohen-La Valle, the Associate Dean of Students at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her or her staff at (845) 257-3088.