First Year Experience
FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
FAQ's For Students
What is FYE 101?
It is a freshman-level class designed to help first year students make a successful transition from high school to college.
Do I have to take FYE 101?
The Lincoln University faculty understands that the first year of
college is a critical period for students. You are required to take the
course and participate in the activities specifically planned to
enhance your first year of college. Beginning the fall 2006, all
freshmen admitted to the University are required to take FYE 101.
What do I need to do to pass FYE 101?
need to attend classes regularly, do the homework and complete
assignments. When you take the class seriously and diligently apply
what you are learning, you will pass the course. You must earn a "D"
grade or better on the essays, quizzes and exams.
FAQ's For Faculty
What are the guidelines for (teaching) the FYE 101 course?
information and resources designed for faculty teaching the course can
be accessed on the FYE Faculty Resources WebCT course. Contact Martha
Spencer and/or Nancy Evans should you need assistance to log in.
In addition, all FYE instructors are required to:
the same basic text. You may, however, supplement with your individual
choice of supplementary text or selection of articles.
the same general or basic Sample Syllabus, Revised 2007 or outline. You
should, however, customize the syllabus to reflect their own personal
information (i.e., email, office hours, location of course, etc.),
teaching style or emphasis.
- Adhere to and enforce
University policy on attendance, academic integrity and academic
excellence. You may, however, supplement with your own class
requirements and policies.
For additional information, contact Professor Deeawn Roundtree, ext. 7374, Business and Information Technology, DH 263,