Course Description

This course is restricted for student scholars within OSSA programs.

This 1-credit hour course allows Scholars from Division programs to reconvene (from year one) as a cohort for successful transition from the University to life after college. Special emphasis placed on reflecting and synthesizing knowledge, skills, and traits developed during their first two years at the University; transitioning into programs of study; visioning where paths are headed post-University; updating strategic learning plans; building relationships around resources (e.g. the Career Center and Alumni Association).

Course Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Engage campus and community resources to support transition from student identity to that of a professional in their chosen program of study.
  • Practice skills required for academic success as a third-year student.
  • Identify and utilize aspects of the four, major factor sets influencing life-transitions as related to Schlossberg’s transition theory.
  • Develop a plan for coping with transition and maintaining wellness after college.
  • Articulate financial values, professional goals, and future plans in collaboration with the Career Center and Alumni Association.

Course Syllabi

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