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The New Student Transitions and First Year Experience Office is seeking engaging, passionate and supportive individuals to serve as FYE Instructors.

While you may be familiar with FFL (Foundations for Learning), this course has been retired. FYE 101: Succeed at the G is our new first-year transition seminar course, which has been redesigned to equip students with the necessary tools and resources to be successful in college. As a result of the switch from FFL to FYE 101: Succeed at the G, the curriculum has undergone changes to better address the needs of our first-year and transfer students, and as an FYE Instructor, you have the opportunity to make a difference in their first semester.

Information about FYE 101: Succeed at the G

FYE 101: Succeed at the G is a two-credit, 15-week transition seminar for first-year and transfer students in their first semester at UNC Greensboro. This course gives students the opportunity to explore personal development opportunities, gain skills essential to academic success, and connect with their new community. Each FYE 101: Succeed at the G section is lead by an FYE Instructor and a Peer Academic Leader (PAL). Class sizes are capped at 25 students to allow for a discussion-driven environment where every student plays an active role in their learning experience.

If you are interested in learning more about FYE 101: Succeed at the G and the FYE Instructor role for the fall 2018 semester, please check out our website, read about the course, and find more information for instructors here.

If you would like to join our FYE Instructor team for the fall semester, you can apply here. The application deadline is 12:00 p.m. on March 28.

Feel free to reach out to Emily Wiersma, Assistant Director of New Student Transitions and First Year Experience, at e_wiersm@uncg.edu, with any questions you may have.

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