UNIV100 and UNIV101 Learning Outcomes and Goals


Student Learning Outcomes
Updated Fall 2017

At the completion of UNIV100, students will know or be able to:

  • Identify campus resources related to their educational path and personal interests.
  • Complete a 4-year (or 4-semester) plan aligned with their academic program or major.
  • Identify effective strategies for academic success in their coursework.
  • Examine their assumptions about diversity, inclusion, and individual differences.
  • Articulate and appply bystander intervention strategies.
  • Identify campus policies and relate them to their educational path.
  • Find and participate in on-campus events signficant to their academic and personal lives.
UNIV 100/101 Goals
  • To assist students in their transition to the University of Maryland community.
  • To introduce students to the academic environment at University of Maryland.
  • To help students explore the world of higher education and clarify why they are in college and establish realistic goals for their collegiate experience.
  • To assist students in their identification with University of Maryland while learning about whom they are and how they fit in the University environment.
  • To help students learn the vast number of resources available to them at the 
  • University of Maryland (i.e. library, cultural activities, extracurricular, academic support services).
  • To assist students in their skill development (i.e. career decision making, academic skill development, communication skills, etc.)
  • To assist students in their understanding of developmental patterns that will face them in their undergraduate career.
  • To develop an appreciation for the cultural diversity at the University of Maryland.