Valley City State University

Valley City, ND

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Valley City State University
101 College St SW
Valley City, ND 58072
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Type: 4-year College or University
Learning to Live, Living to Learn
First year students will enroll in UNIV 150 Learning to Live, Living to Learn, a seminar which provides an introduction to many aspects of campus life at VCSU. The Learning to Live course begins during the opening weekend activities prior to the start of fall semester and continues into the semester.

Learning to Live course topics include team building, orientation to campus services, adjusting to college, substance abuse issues, academic policies, time management, academic advising, orientation to career services, learning styles, stress management, Campus Connection training, and paying for college. In addition, students complete a required service project.

First year students 21 years or older and those entering with 23 or more semester hours may elect not to take UNIV 150 Learning to Live, Living to Learn.
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