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Welcome to FYE. We are glad you chose BC!. Why FYE?. Research at BC shows that those who actually complete FYE are more successful than those who don’t. FYE is an opportunity to obtain one college-level credit in an environment where you can learn more about Bellevue College and yourself.

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welcome to fye

Welcome to FYE

We are glad you chose BC!

why fye

Why FYE?

  • Research at BC shows that those who actually complete FYE are more successful than those who don’t.
  • FYE is an opportunity to obtain one college-level credit in an environment where you can learn more about Bellevue College and yourself.
  • Your syllabus lists course outcomes and expectations
  • Instructor Name:
  • Subject Taught/Area @ the College:
  • Educational Background:
  • Fun Fact:
  • Why I Enjoy Teaching FYE:
introductions human bingo
Introductions: Human BINGO
  • Turn to page 4 in your manual
  • Move around the room and ask other students to sign the boxes that apply to them
  • The goal is to find five different people to complete an entire row, column, or diagonal on your BINGO sheet
goal setting
Goal Setting
  •  Setting a goal is very useful, even if the results are not what you had intended. Goals help you decide what you want and how you are going to get there.
  • Goals are specific, attainable, and something that you want. They can be short term, long term, whatever.
  • Think about what you’d like to get out of
    • Your FYE experience and
    • Your Bellevue College experience.

Brainstorm some goals for both on page 5 of your manual.


Transition Definition:1. Movement, passage, or change from one position, state, stage, subject, concept, etc., to another (Dictionary.com)2. Any event or non-event that results in changed relationships, routines, assumptions, and roles(Nancy K. Schlossberg)

  • Video Clip:
  • Schlossberg's Transition Theory
  • “4 Ss”
    • Situation
    • Self
    • Support
    • Strategies
learning styles
Learning Styles

Complete assessment on page 8

  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Kinesthetic

Video Clip: Famous Failures

Resiliency Definition

1. the power or ability to return to the original form, position, etc., after being bent, compressed, or stretched; elasticity.

2. ability to recover readily from illness, depression, adversity, or the like; buoyancy.

Video Clip: The Power of Belief


Discussion Questions:

  • What is one thing from the “Power of Belief” that you would you want to share with others?
  • What do you think is the “take-away” message of this video?
  • What is the difference in thought patterns between someone with “Fixed Mindset” and “Growth Mindset?”
  • How might the concepts of resiliency and mindset be related?
  • How might these concepts assist you in life transitions (beyond your first quarter in college)?
student panel
Student Panel

Meet current Bellevue College students!

Guiding Question:

“What is one challenge that you have faced as a BC student, and what were the strategies you used to face that challenge?”

your six word memoir
Your Six-Word Memoir

Video Clip: Six-Word Memoir Introduction

  • Definition of Memoir:a written account in which someone (such as a famous performer or politician) describes past experiences
  • Page 20:
  • List as many objects, feelings, memories, or personality traits that immediately come to mind when you think about your life so far.
  • Circle 10-15 of the words that stand out most to you
  • Begin arranging your top words into a Six-Word Memoir
end of day one
End of Day One
  • How did it go? What went well for you?
  • What are your takeaways after Day One?

Reminders for Day Two

  • Bring your Fall Quarter class schedule and a sample weekly work schedule
  • Continue to work on your 6-Word Memoir
  • Don’t forget to bring food
fye day 2

FYE Day 2

Welcome Back!

time management
Time Management

Time management is not about managing time – it is about managing ourselves and how we choose to use our time.

It is all about our choices.

How will you choose to use your time?

Video Clip: Ellen's Procrastination

a week in the life of a college student you
A Week in the Life of a College Student… YOU!

Using your class schedule for the quarter and your own knowledge of your work andhome schedule, fill in the chart on the next page to reflect the guidelines listed above. Remember, for every one hour in class, plan on two hours of studying/homework. Make sure to indicate:

  Prescheduled Events: Classes, work, and other weekly activities

  Time it takes to get places (driving or on the bus)

  Meal time

  Time it takes to get ready in the morning


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Academic Advising

Discussion Questions:

  • What tips will you take away from the video for your first year?
  • Why would you go visit your advisor?
  • Who is your advisor?
  • What kinds of questions would you ask your advisor?
  • If you have already seen your advisor, what was the benefit for you of this advising appointment?


  • Advising Website– check out Transfer Events!
  • Online Class Schedule
  • Online Services
  • Degree Audit
career exploration
Career Exploration

When Choosing a career

Consider all these aspects.

There may be even more

you want to consider.

Look at the resources

And support you have


career exploration values
Career Exploration: Values
  • Personal:
    • What do I want to accomplish? Meaning.
  • Cultural
    • What are my family and cultural values?
  • Work Values
    • Do I want recognition, flexibility, power, authority?
career exploration work values consider these when choosing a career
Career Exploration:Work valuesConsider these when choosing a career.
  • Achievement
  • Independence
  • Recognition
  • Relationships
  • Support
  • Working Conditions
career exploration interests strong interest inventory
Career Exploration:InterestsStrong Interest Inventory







career exploration personality strengths and skills
Career Exploration:Personality & Strengths and Skills
  • Personality
  • Consider taking the MBTI. This test will tell you:
    • How do you get your energy?
    • How do you gather information and focus your attention?
    • How do you make decisions and come to conclusions?
    • How do you organize your life?

Strengths and Skills

What are your strengths?

What do you excel at?

What are your skills?

What skills are you likely to acquire?

What are you good at and you enjoy doing too?

career exploration when deciding on a major
Career Exploration:When Deciding on a Major
  • Research:
    • Career Pathways at the Center for Career Connections.
    • HD 173: Career Exploration Class
    • Labor Market Research. Check out WOIS and O’NET.
    • Road Trip Nation (PBS show for college students)
    • Elective Classes.
    • Informational Interviews.
    • Volunteer or Internships.
    • One-on-one appointments with career counselors and advisors.


You do NOT need to know now what you will do for the rest of your life!

career exploration1
Career Exploration




simulation you are now at a party
(Simulation)You are now at a party…

Mingle-- walk around the room, chat, smile, make eye contact, etc.-- for five minutes, treating and including or excluding everyone according to the status of their card. People holding the highest cards are the highest-status individuals; people holding the lowest cards are the lowest-status individuals.

affirmation of inclusion
Affirmation of Inclusion

Bellevue College is committed to maintaining an environment in which every member of the campus community feels welcome to participate in the life of the college, free from harassment and discrimination.

We value our different backgrounds at Bellevue College, and students, faculty, staff members, and administrators are to treat one another with dignity and respect.

campus resources for follow up
Campus Resourcesfor Follow-up
  • Classes: HD, Sociology, CES
  • Campus Events: International Night, MLK Celebration, Cinco de Mayo, American Indian Film Festival, Day of Silence, Disability Awareness Day
  • Workshops: Courageous Conversations
  • Student Clubs and Organizations
bellevue college student case studies
Bellevue College Student Case Studies

YOU be the student services staff member

(or a mentor for other new students)


  • Support Service(s)– see pages 32-33
  • Study Stragies
  • Other helpful tools or resources