Undergraduate College

First Year Connection Seminar

FYS-0100 First Year Connection Seminar
The goals of the First Year Connection Seminar are to help students deepen three key connections: (1) with themselves, (2) with Rosemont, and (3) with the larger world. The seminar also seeks to develop skills and strategies that are applicable and valuable across subjects and across time, including such competencies as thinking critically, communicating effectively, accessing and evaluating information, and working collaboratively. Offered every fall. 3 credits.

FYS-0101 First Year Connection Seminar for Transfer Students
This First Year Connection Seminar course seeks to help transfer students to make a positive connection with the collegiate culture at Rosemont, including its opportunities for personal growth and its expectations. Students will be introduced to the history and identity of Rosemont College and will sharpen basic academic skills and strategies that can be applied across the curriculum. This course is available online and in a classroom format. Prerequisite: Students must transfer a minimum of 45 credits to qualify for this course. 1 credit.


Veronica Aplenc, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Academic Advising

Maggie Hobson-Baker, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor, Studio Art

Monica Lizzul, M.A.
Coordinator, Testing & Tutorials

Megan McLain, M.A.
Adjunct Faculty, Women's Studies

Marilyn Moller, M.A.
Instructor, Education
Discipline Chair

Alan Preti, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Discipline Chair

Sarah Spangler, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Religious Studies

Melissa Sullivan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, English