College Success Courses
Coordinated by the Learning Center and offered through Interdisciplinary Studies (IST), students from freshmen to seniors are encouraged to enroll in College Success for lower or upper-division credit. First-term freshmen are eligible to participate in PSU's Roads to Success Program, an early-start bridge program that begins in September prior to the beginning of fall term. Regular tuition and fees apply to College Success and Roads to Success courses.
College Success Course Description:
Created in 2002, and now offered through the Learning Center, College Success (IST 199/399) builds on the best wisdom from innovators in psychology, education, business, sports, and personal effectiveness using the On Course Success Principles which represent eight of the essential "things" that good learners believe and do.
Founded on these timeless principles, the College Success course gives students a collection of practical success tools to empower students by giving them the outer behaviors and inner qualities to create greater success in college and in life. The course is woven around the belief that the most effective learners are empowered learners, those characterized by self-responsibility, self-motivation, self-management, interdependence, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and high self-esteem.
Students will also participate in guided journal writings, learn essential success strategies, discover critical resources and actively engage with the PSU community.
Spring term 2013 courses are now listed! Click the "College Success" link to the left for registration information.
Please see the link titled "College Success (IST 199/399)" on the left for specific course options and CRN information, including instructor contact information. Faculty bios are available under the link titled, "Faculty" on the top left-hand side. Read about your faculty and choose the one that best fits your needs and interests. There is a class for every student at PSU. Don't get left behind- classes fill up fast!
For information regarding all of these exciting opportunities, please click on the links to the left for more information.
Contact for all the Student Success Courses:
Liane O'Banion, Coordinator & Assistant Director
2nd floor, Millar Library