iStart : New Student Days. Thursday, August 28 – Saturday, August 30 2008 iStart.wayne.edu. iStart : New Student Days. is a collaborative effort; provides entering first-year students an opportunity to be officially welcomed to the University by the President;
Thursday, August 28 – Saturday, August 30
“I am more aware of campus resources
as a result of my participation in iStart.”
“I know staff whom I can call on for support.”
“I know faculty whom I can call on for support.”
“During iStart, I developed friendships that I would like to continue.”
“I know students whom I can call on for support.”
“I feel better prepared to begin at
WSU because of iStart.”
Peer Mentors have an integral role in helping achieve these goals AND creating the community in which students reach their individual goals.
Be a Part of goals AND creating the community in which students reach their individual goals.
@ Wayne State
Vision for WSU learning communities:
To support Wayne State University’s commitment to student learning, the Learning Community initiative seeks to enhance our undergraduates’ experience by providing ALL interested students dynamic, focused communities in which students, staff, and faculty can learn and grow together.
Research shows that students who
participate in Learning Communities
Over all, the following learning objectives cover much of the range of the specific objectives of the various programs
Take a look at the descriptions of each Learning Community on our website. Contact the LC coordinator for more information, and details about how to sign up
Be Part of Something Great – Select A Learning Community
WSU Student ID Number_________________
I would like to join the __________________________________Learning Community.
I’m undecided on which Learning Community to join, please contact me.
I am not interested in joining a Learning Community at this time.
FALL 2008 Learning Communities
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