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UNIV 101 Application for New Sections

University 101 introduces students to the University, University resources, and University expectations. UNIV 101 staff instructors design assignments that help students explore academic, personal, and professional goals, and the course helps students develop skills to meet University expectations. 

All UNIV 101 sections must meet course learning outcomes and include StrengthsFinder, the KU Common Book, and all common presentations and assignments as designated by the UNIV 101 Work Group. Sections are also subject to UNIV policies including those governing academic integrity, attendance, and grading. In addition, all instructors are required to attend course development sessions.

Before beginning the application process, applicants should have:

  • Dean/Vice Provost approval to propose course (form can be found here)
  • the names of (proposed) instructor(s) *instructors of record must have a master’s degree
  • clear understanding of course learning outcomes/common elements and how the course will meet these
  • and assessment plan

The University 101 Work Group will review applications and forward recommendations to the Dean of Undergraduate Studies. Applicants will receive notification of the status of their application in 2-4 weeks after submission. All questions concerning the application should be forwarded to Howard Graham, Associate Director for Academic Programs, Office of First-Year Experience at hgraham@ku.edu


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