NMU’s First Year Experience program does not currently employ a standardized textbook. This means that there is no supplied or required textbook for UN 100, UN 100A, UN 100B, or UN 110 courses.
The FYE Instructor Toolbox will assist instructors in the creation of their UN 100 course. Content is arranged in two categories: The "Basics" and General Resources.
Includes a syllabus template, suggested semester timeline, instructor checklist, UN 100 common objectives, and other resources to help instructors better understand and address the needs of first semester students.
- Understanding the Purpose of FYE and UN 100
- Course Planning
- Gaining Perspective on the UN 100 Student (Traditional, Veterans, International, Etc.)
- Your Teaching Assistant
- Best Practice Recommendations for UN 100 Instructors
- UN 100 Instructor Virtual In-Service (Mediasite Presentation)
Resources to Meet FYE Objectives
These resources are organized in relation to the UN 100 course objectives, and how they relate to the core content areas on which UN 100 courses are evaluated. These resources suggest direction for instructors and clarify the types of content that should be addressed in UN 100 courses. Students evaluate the UN 100 course in relation to the categories listed below. Click the link to view resources related to that content area.
- Academic Planning and Career Exploration
- Academic Skill Development
- Campus and Community Resources
- Developing Connections with Classmates
- Diversity Awareness and Appreciation
- Financial Literacy Education
- Social and Academic Expectations
Resources contained on this website are the property of Northern Michigan University’s Dean of Students Office and may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical photocopying, recording, scanning, or otherwise, except as permitted by written consent of the Northern Michigan University Dean of Students Office (www.nmu.edu/dso).