Mission of AFYE
AFYE provides opportunities for faculty, staff, and first-year students (including freshmen and new transfer students) to link curricular learning with co-curricular learning in ways that help new students make a successful transition to the University.
Programs of AFYE
The Freshman Celebration: annual fall exhibit of academic projects completed by students enrolled in University 100 and other Freshman Connection classes
The Freshman Connection: learning communities for first-semester freshmen (offered in summer as Strong Start classes)
The Freshman Faculty Series: workshops and other events of particular interest to faculty and staff who work extensively with first-year students at CSUN. Includes an Archive of materials from past events and a downloadable library list (.xls) of books, DVDs, and videos available to faculty and staff for check-out from the AFYE office
University 100 (the Freshman Seminar): a three-unit, letter-graded General Education class for freshmen (offered in summer, fall, and spring). If you are interested in teaching UNIV 100, see http://www.csun.edu/undergraduate-studies/university-100/faculty
New Transfer Students: webpage and upper-division GE classes for new transfer students
Resources of AFYE
The AFYE Library; this collection of books focuses on first-year student success (including first-year transfer students) and is available for use by CSUN faculty and staff in CIELO.