Tompkins Cortland Community College

FSS 110 - Freshman Seminar-General Interest


Intended for the first semester, this course will allow students to engage in an exploration of issues related to college success including engaging themselves in the college community, understanding diversity and relationship dimensions, understanding college resources, policies and procedures, and acquiring a self understanding of one's own strengths and intelligences and how these can be applied to academic goals, wellness issues, and issues related to future academic plans both within TC3 as well as after earning an associate degree. Because of the similarity of the course content, students may not receive credit toward their degree for ACAD 100, ACAD 150 or any other FSS course taken in combination with this course. Prerequisites: Prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 099 and RDNG 099 if required by placement testing. 1 Cr. (1 Lec.) Occasionally.