Learning Strategies and the Freshman Experience form the springboard for the continual processes of personal, intellectual, and academic development. This course is designed to assist in the orientation to all areas of academic life: institutional expectations; reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills; test-taking strategies; note taking; professional and peer counseling; and campus resources.
This course is not intended for transfer nor do they satisfy degree-credit requirements for any associate degree or academic/technical certificate programs. Some special admissions registration, and retention policies apply to the Developmental information about these policies from the office of academic Enrichment.
A Challenge Test is available to every student.
Online Courses Available:
DSPS 0800 Learning Strategies - Fall and Spring Semesters
EDUC 1010 The Freshman Experience - Fall and Spring Semesters.
Online courses available:
DSPS 0800 - Learning Strategies - Fall and Spring semesters
EDUC 1010 - The Freshman Experience - Fall and Spring semesters
Learning Strategies - Course Descriptions / Syllabi
Education - Service Learning
Graduates of Walters State's Pre-teacher Education Program participate in 15-45 hours of Service Learning. This program allows our students to gain hands on learning experience while providing the K-12 schools in our ten county region with classroom volunteers. The focus of our Service Learning Program is on literacy training for students in K-12 education.
Service Learning Manual