Freshman Forum: Getting Ready for Spring Course Registration
YFY hosts Freshman Forum virtual panel discussions to help students prepare for major milestones during their first year at UNCG.
The virtual Freshman Forum: Getting Ready for Spring Course Registration will provide first-year students with helpful mid-semester information and preparation for Spring 2022 course registration. Specifically, this forum will help students learn about:
- How to know when you need help with a class
- Tips on how to communicate with instructors, especially for online classes
- Information about some of the academic support services available to help with studying, tutoring, writing papers, speaking assignments, and more
- Examples of ways to utilize drop-in hours
- Basics of Spring 2022 course registration and how to prepare
Each College or School will host a breakout session during the program so that you can meet with your specific advisors.
Monday, October 4
4 – 5:15 p.m.
Attendance at this program is highly recommended for first-year students. Ten lucky students will win a $20 gift card for attending the event!
This event is sponsored by Your First Year and the Academic Advising Council. This event is also part of the YFY Success Series program where students can earn a First Year Success Certificate by attending events and programs throughout the year. Learn more here.
Access instructions and the link will be posted here once available.
A recording will be posted here once available. Students can fill out this Request Form to pre-request a copy of the recording once available.
Here are a few links to helpful resources which have been featured in Freshman Forum programs:
Links to the academic advising centers for each College or School:
Bryan School of Business & Economics
College of Arts & Sciences
College of Visual & Performing Arts
Exploratory (Students First Office)
School of Education
School of Health & Human Sciences
School of Nursing
On Wednesday October 7, 2020 YFY hosted a virtual Freshman Forum event to provide first-year students with helpful mid-semester information and preparation for Spring 2021 course registration. The two-part program featured a Q&A panel with Student Success representatives. Following the panel, the Academic Advising Center for each College or School hosted individualized breakout sessions focused on in-depth information about spring advising and course registration.