Academic Success Center
Two photos of Mr. McLeod's CU 1010 class. One with Mr. McLeod and the other with 2 female students and 2 male students
What is CU 1010?
A 2 credit (3 contact hour) course developed for freshmen and students on academic probation. ( download syllabus).
Fall sections are restricted to enrollment for ESP (Early Success Program) students, as well as those who are on academic probation.
Sections offered in the Spring will be restricted to those who are on academic probation.
Why does Clemson University offer CU 1010?
- CLEMSON HISTORY: To introduce students to Clemson University — to recognize and appreciate Clemson’s uniqueness.
- DECISION MAKING: To develop an understanding of the complex issues and choices confronting students in college as they make a successful transition from high school to university learning.
- GOAL SETTING: To help students clarify why they are in college and set realistic goals for their experience here.
- CAMPUS RESOURCES/LIBRARY: To recognize and use the resources available to students throughout their college career to support their goals.
- ACADEMIC SUCCESS SKILLS: To develop essential skills and expertise that will lead to their success academically and in other areas of their life, including decision-making, communication, and time management.
- DIVERSITY: To encourage individual growth by increasing awareness of human diversity, cultures, values and beliefs.
- CAREER DEVELOPMENT: To identify interests, skills, abilities and work values; prepare a resume.
- CRITICAL THINKING: to enhance reasoning, critical thinking, and problem solving skills through application
- COMMUNICATION: to enhance listening, speaking and writing skills; to provide guidelines for effective communication in all facets of life of a college student.
For additional information contact Dr. Sue Whorton at 656-6211 or email@example.com.