Level up your first year with First-Year Learning Communities!
A First-Year Learning Community (FLC) begins with students who have a common interest! Read more...
What is a First-Year Learning Community?
A First-Year Learning Community (FLC) begins with students who have a common interests (major, college, identities, etc.) taking our one-hour UNIV 1101 course together. This course is included in the SHSU Core Curriculum (Component Area IX) and is intended to connect students to campus support resources, faculty and staff in their interest area, and develop academic skills that will help them succeed on our campus.
Benefits of Joining a FLC
There are so many great reasons to join a FLC! Read more...
Benefits of Joining an FLC
FLCs help students build strong academic foundations, built in support through embedded peer educators, exclusive access to workshops and fun events with peers, campus partners, and your college faculty and staff. Did you know that research indicates students in FLCs have more success in their first year?
How to Register
“The first Friday of every month…we party!” Join us for a fun gathering with other first-year students on the first Friday of each month!
Enhance your first-year experience by joining a living community! Read more...
What is a Living Community?
To enhance the first-year experience even more, we encourage students to consider living in a similarly themed section of the residence halls. Students should look for an email invitation from Residence Life in April or May to reserve a space based on their major code.