Supplemental Academic Assistance
This course is designed to assist students in their academic adjustment to college. There is a focus on learning and application of study strategies and self-management skills. In addition, emphasis is placed on community and accountability which provide the foundation for academic success.
**Course for First Semester Freshmen** ****
This course is designed to provide instruction in study strategies and life skills basic to the successful transition to the university. Within a small group setting, instructors will mentor students in their understanding and application of these concepts.
If you are concerned about your transition to college as a First Semester Freshman at Liberty, this course is for you. Classes will be limited to small groups and your instructor will provide mentoring and accountability to help you survive your first semester and achieve your best grades. it is a one hour elective credit which will count towards any major. Ask your Admission Counselor to sign you up when you register or add it yourself on ASIST. Just go to "Look up Courses" and search for MENTORING 101. It will be one of the best decisions you make for getting started on the right track at Liberty.
This course is designed to equip students with the study strategies necessary for success at the college level. It teaches self-management skills such as organization and time management, as well as learning strategies including memory and test- taking. Students are also encouraged to discover their individual learning styles, while incorporating practical application techniques.
This course is designed to teach students the essential reading skills necessary to improve their ability to comprehend the material contained in college textbooks. Topics include analytical reading, critical reading, and vocabulary development.
This summer program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and study skills necessary for successful transition to a Christian university setting, while facilitating academic, spiritual, and social development. Interaction between faculty and students establishes high academic expectation and encourages connection to community and university life. Neither MENT 100 nor CLST 101 may be taken for credit if a student has already completed CLST 104.
No Prerequisite for this course.This course provides strategies that will enable students to apply college learning skills to their current courses. It incorporates one-on-one mentoring, as well as weekly accountability. It is designed to foster an awareness of current academic progress and to encourage the motivation and responsibility necessary for academic success.
This course focuses on building personal/professional vocabularies and accelerating reading speed/comprehension. Higher level critical reading skills are developed for upper-level and graduate courses.