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UAR 101V: Frosh 101 in West Lag (Eucalipto | Granada)

Frosh 101 is a discussion style course designed to help first-year students transition to Stanford's dynamic campus. In Frosh 101, approximately 10 frosh will come together each week to learn more about your peers, yourself, and who you will be in this new environment. Upperclass students will lead you through activities and discussions that will serve to build the foundation for a strong community that is inclusive of diversity and promotes emotional and social wellbeing. This course will also create space for you to reflect on your values and goals as you make important decisions about how you will navigate all that Stanford has to offer.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2

UAR 201: Transfer 101

Transfer 101 is a discussion style course designed to help first-year students transition to Stanford's dynamic campus. In Transfer 101, transfer students will come together each week to learn more about your peers, yourself, and who you will be in this new environment. Upperclass students will lead you through activities and discussions that will serve to build the foundation for a strong community that is inclusive of diversity and promotes emotional and social wellbeing. This course will also create space for you to reflect on your values and goals as you make important decisions about how you will navigate all that Stanford has to offer.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2

UAR 301: Reflecting on Your Education: Making Sense of Your Time at Stanford

In this seminar, designed for seniors graduating in the spring, you will reflect on your Stanford education. By delving deeply into Stanford's academic mission, the liberal arts model, and your own transcript, we will address a variety of questions through a personal and intellectual lens. Every transcript tells a story, both by what's there and what isn't - what story does yours tell? How do you take control of that narrative and articulate to others what your education has done for you? What are you getting from completing your Ways and 180+ units, and how did those academic experiences shape who you have become today? What do you share with other Stanford graduates and alumni? We'll tackle these questions, and together, we'll take a look at the bigger picture - what does it mean to get 'A Stanford Education'?
Terms: Win, Spr | Units: 2
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