Seminar 1010 is a three-credit course especially designed to make
your college career successful. We offer over 70 sections of University
1010 throughout the year, scheduled throughout the day and in the
evenings to help new students appreciate the value of a higher education,
learn about the numerous campus resources available to them, clarify
their career goals, and refine their academic and social skills
required to be successful. In short, the goal of University 1010
is to help students become successful graduates. We strongly urge
you to take this course your first semester. Students with more
than 24 hours are not eligible to enroll in this course.
Seminar 1010 is a course designed to ease the transition into college
for honor students, students taking developmental studies courses,
traditional and non-traditional students: it's for all students.
Faculty, staff, and administrators that represent all areas and
disciplines of the Middle Tennessee State University family teach
University Seminar 1010. They are especially chosen to teach the
course because they are not only excellent classroom teachers, but
they are also committed to working with first-year students.
All students who have not declared an academic major are
required to take U1010.
Classes are small: approximately 20-25 students
link to more information about University Seminar will be available
at the end of the Pre-CUSTOMS program.