It's All Academic Appendix Engage 100

Application-Based Programs

CARE QUEST Scholars - IDS1107

The QUEST Scholars Program of FSU’s Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE) is designed to invest in students for their success at FSU and beyond. QUEST Scholars can expect to have access to transition, academic and developmental services to thrive at Florida State and set the stage for a positive post-graduation experience. Students will meet with assigned peer leaders weekly to build community, strengthen connection to FSU and establish their plan for their college quest.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 45 CARE-QUEST 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday 11
IDS1107 48 CARE-QUEST 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday FULL
IDS1107 49 CARE-QUEST 12:00PM-12:50PM Monday 2
IDS1107 52 CARE-QUEST 4:50PM-5:40PM Monday 17
IDS1107 57 CARE-QUEST 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday 2
IDS1107 58 CARE-QUEST 1:20PM-2:10PM Tuesday 2
IDS1107 61 CARE-QUEST 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday 13
IDS1107 62 CARE-QUEST 4:50PM-5:40PM Monday 15
IDS1107 63 CARE-QUEST 4:50PM-5:40PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 64 CARE-QUEST 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday 16
IDS1107 65 CARE-QUEST 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 66 CARE-QUEST 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday 8
IDS1107 67 CARE-QUEST 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday 9
IDS1107 69 CARE-QUEST 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday 10
IDS1107 70 CARE-QUEST 9:45AM-10:35AM Thursday 17
IDS1107 71 CARE-QUEST 9:45AM-10:35AM Thursday 8
IDS1107 72 CARE-QUEST 11:35AM-12:25PM Thursday 10
IDS1107 73 CARE-QUEST 11:35AM-12:25PM Thursday FULL

University Honors Colloquium - HUM2944

The goal of the Honors Colloquium is to introduce new honors students to the research, creative, and service opportunities of a modern research university. Students admitted to the University Honors Program take the University Honors Program in the Fall term.

Course Code Section Number Class Time Class Day Seats Left
HUM2944 1 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday FULL
HUM2944 2 8:00AM-8:50AM Tuesday FULL
HUM2944 3 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday 1
HUM2944 4 8:00AM-8:50AM Thursday 2
HUM2944 5 8:00AM-8:50AM Friday FULL
HUM2944 6 9:20AM-10:10AM Monday FULL
HUM2944 7 9:45AM-10:35AM Tuesday FULL
HUM2944 8 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 9 9:45AM-10:35AM Thursday  FULL
HUM2944 10 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
HUM2944 11 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday  FULL
HUM2944 12 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday FULL
HUM2944 13 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 14 11:35AM-12:25PM Thursday FULL
HUM2944 15 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
HUM2944 16 12:00PM-12:50PM Monday FULL
HUM2944 17 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 18 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
HUM2944 19 1:20PM-2:10PM Monday  FULL
HUM2944 20 1:20PM-2:10PM Tuesday 1
HUM2944 21 1:20PM-2:20PM Wednesday  FULL
HUM2944 22 1:20PM-2:10PM Thursday FULL
HUM2944 23 1:20PM-2:10PM Friday FULL
HUM2944 24 3:05PM-3:55PM Monday FULL
HUM2944 25 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday 1
HUM2944 26 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 27 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL
HUM2944 28 3:05PM-3:55PM Friday FULL
HUM2944 29 4:50PM-5:40PM Monday  FULL
HUM2944 30 4:50PM-5:40PM Thursday FULL
HUM2944 31 1:20PM-2:10PM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 32 1:20PM-2:10PM Friday 11
HUM2944 33 4:50PM-5:40PM Tuesday FULL
HUM2944 34 4:50PM-5:40PM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 35 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday 2
HUM2944 36 1:20PM-2:10PM Thursday FULL
HUM2944 37 6:35PM-7:25PM Monday FULL
HUM2944 38 6:35PM-7:25PM Tuesday 1
HUM2944 39 6:35PM-7:25PM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 40 4:50PM-5:40PM Tuesday 10
HUM2944 41 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday 3
HUM2944 42 8:00AM-8:50AM Tuesday 3
HUM2944 43 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday 1
HUM2944 44 8:00AM-8:50AM Thursday 1
HUM2944 45 8:00AM-8:50AM Friday 3
HUM2944 46 6:35PM-7:25PM Monday 4
HUM2944 47 6:35PM-7:25PM Tuesday FULL
HUM2944 48 6:35PM-7:25PM Wednesday 1
HUM2944 49 6:35PM-7:25PM Thursday 13
HUM2944 50 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday 3
HUM2944 51 8:00AM-8:50AM Tuesday 11
HUM2944 52 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 53 8:00AM-8:50AM Thursday 1
HUM2944 54 8:00AM-8:50AM Friday 3
HUM2944 55 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday 3
HUM2944 56 4:50PM-5:40PM Monday FULL
HUM2944 57 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday 1
HUM2944 58 4:50PM-5:40PM Wednesday FULL
HUM2944 59 8:00AM-8:50AM Friday 1
HUM2944 60 4:50PM-5:40PM Monday FULL

Living Learning Community (LLC)

If you are accepted into an Living-Learning Community (LLC), where students with a shared interest live in the same residence hall, you will also take a few classes together and find friends and mentors for life. Some LLCs are designed for students in any major; others are limited by major or career field. Each LLC has a required colloquium course which meets the Engage 100 requirement too. To learn more, visit llc.fsu.edu. Each LLC requires enrollment in a colloquium course, so course codes vary. See the LLC appendix in "It's All Academic". 

 

CARE Summer Bridge Program - IDS1107

The QUEST Scholars Program of FSU’s Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE) is designed to invest in students for their success at FSU and beyond. Students in the CARE Summer Bridge Program will meet with assigned peer leaders weekly to build community, strengthen connection to FSU and establish plans for their future.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 46 CARE-SBP 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday FULL
IDS1107 42 CARE-SBP 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
IDS1107 43 CARE-SBP 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 44 CARE-SBP 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday FULL
IDS1107 47 CARE-SBP 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday FULL
IDS1107 50 CARE-SBP 12:00PM-12:55PM Monday FULL
IDS1107 51 CARE-SBP 3:05PM-3:55PM Monday 2
IDS1107 53 CARE-SBP 9:45AM-10:35AM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 54 CARE-SBP 9:45AM-10:35AM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 55 CARE-SBP 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 56 CARE-SBP 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 59 CARE-SBP TBA TBA FULL
IDS1107 60 CARE-SBP 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday 6
IDS1107 63 CARE-SBP 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 68 CARE-SBP 1:20PM-2:10PM Wednesday 15
IDS1107 74 CARE-SBP 1:20PM-2:10PM Thursday 9
IDS1107 75 CARE-SBP 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL
IDS1107 76 CARE-SBP 4:50PM-5:40PM Thursday 15
IDS1107 77 CARE-SBP 4:50PM-5:40PM Thursday 11
IDS1107 78 CARE-SBP 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
IDS1107 79 CARE-SBP 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday 17
IDS1107 80 CARE-SBP 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) - IDS2920

For first-year, second year, and transfer students interested in a first research experience by assisting a faculty member, graduate student, or campus/community partner.

Introduction to Community Engagement - SOW1054

Students in the Service Scholars Program take the SOW1054 course. students are typically manually enrolled in this course. 

Academic Major Based

Your Transition to College: From Surviving to Thriving! – IDS1107 

This course is designed with one objective in mind: your successful navigation through potentially bumpy roads, unexpected roadblocks, and safe detours in transition to your college lifestyle, relationships, academics, and campus home. Within this 6-week course we’ll experience personal reflection and campus-focused activities, practice strategies for effective and time-saving study-skills, and role-play scenarios for first-year situations like communicating with your professors. By the end of this 1-credit hour course, you will have a well-prepared and versatile roadmap to guide your first-year journey at FSU.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 11 Your Transition to College 10:40AM -11:30AM Monday & Wednesday CLOSED
IDS1107 12 Your Transition to College 1:20PM-2:35PM Monday & Wednesday CLOSED

 

Freshman Seminar in Critical Thinking and Information Literacy - IDS1107

This course will cover a variety of topics related to critical thinking including evaluating research and scholarly literature, artificial intelligence applications in higher education, scholarly/scientific communication, and spotting fake news/information. This course will be entirely class-discussion and group activity based. While there will be no homework or assignments to hand in, students must be prepared to be focused and engaged on each week’s topic as a requirement to pass the course. This engagement program specializes in working with first year college students to promote retention and academic success in the freshmen year and beyond.

For more information contact Renaine Julian

 

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 28 Critical Thinking 9:20AM-10:10AM Monday FULL
IDS1107 29 Critical Thinking 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday FULL
 

 Freshman Music Seminar - IDS1107 

Designed for Music students to help establish community, healthy study habits, academic and career goals, and learn how to be a Seminole in the College of Music. This course is only available to music majors.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 1  Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed
IDS1107 2 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed
IDS1107 3 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday &Thursday  Closed
IDS1107 4 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed
IDS1107 5 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed
IDS1107 6 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed
IDS1107 7 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed
IDS1107 8 Freshman Music Seminar 5:15PM - 6:15PM Tuesday & Thursday Closed

Introduction to Academic Exploration - SLS1203

Students will explore the three fundamental components of Florida State University’s Exploratory program: Self Exploration, Major Exploration, and Career Exploration as they research majors and ask questions to provoke reflection and goal setting that ultimately results in selecting a major confidently. This course is only available to Exploratory majors.

Course Code Section Number Class Time Class Day Seats Left
SLS1203 1 1:20PM-2:35PM Monday 4
SLS1203 2 1:20PM-2:35PM Monday 7
SLS1203 3 3:05PM-4:20PM Monday FULL
SLS1203 4 3:05PM-4:20PM Monday 4
SLS1203 5 11:35AM-12:50PM Tuesday 1
SLS1203 6 11:35AM-12:50PM Tuesday 7
SLS1203 7 11:35AM-12:50PM Tuesday FULL
SLS1203 8 11:35AM-12:50PM Tuesday 2
SLS1203 9 1:20PM-2:35PM Tuesday 1
SLS1203 10 1:20PM-2:35PM Tuesday FULL
SLS1203 11 1:20PM-2:35PM Tuesday FULL
SLS1203 12 3:05PM-4:20PM Tuesday 5
SLS1203 13 3:05PM-4:20PM Tuesday 6
SLS1203 14 3:05PM-4:20PM Tuesday 8
SLS1203 15 1:20PM-2:35PM Wednesday 5
SLS1203 16 1:20PM-2:35PM Wednesday FULL
SLS1203 17 1:20PM-2:35PM Wednesday 7
SLS1203 18 3:05PM-4:20PM Wednesday 1
SLS1203 19 3:05PM-4:20PM Wednesday FULL
SLS1203 20 11:35AM-12:50PM Thursday 1
SLS1203 21 11:35AM-12:50PM Thursday 3
SLS1203 22 11:35AM-12:50PM Thursday 5
SLS1203 23 1:20PM-2:35PM Thursday 1
SLS1203 24 1:20PM-2:35PM Thursday 1
SLS1203 25 3:05PM-4:20PM Thursday 7
SLS1203 26 3:05PM-4:20PM Thursday 3
SLS1203 27 3:05PM-4:20PM Thursday 6
SLS1203 28 3:05PM-4:20PM Thursday 6
SLS1203 29 11:35AM-12:50PM Friday 9
SLS1203 30 11:35AM-12:50PM Friday FULL
SLS1203 31 1:20PM-2:35PM Friday FULL

 

 Freshman Interest Group (FIG) - FIG Tab on Schedule Assistant

FIG enrollment is CLOSED for Fall 2024. 

Freshman Interest Groups provide a way for new students to connect with a group of students sharing similar interests. And will place you and your classmates in a set of classes that have a theme such as business or communication. A FIG is a cluster of high demand first-year courses grouped by major or an academic theme. Each cluster is grouped with a distinct FIG Colloquium class (HUM1920).

FIG enrollment is CLOSED for Fall 2024. 

https://fig.undergrad.fsu.edu

 Exploring Health Professions (IMS) - IHS1100

The Exploring Health Professions seminar will inform students on healthcare and the health professions, knowledge of the various roles of the healthcare team, the resources to help students explore their career interests and goals and informs students on health professional graduate programs. This course is only available to IMS majors.

Course Code Section Number Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IHS1100 1 4:50PM-6:05PM Tuesday FULL
IHS1100 4:50PM-6:05PM Wednesday FULL

Inquiry Approaches to Teaching - SMT1043

Students teach science or math lessons in elementary classrooms to obtain firsthand experience with planning and implementing inquiry-based curriculum. Students, working alone or in pairs, teach two hands-on science or mathematics lessons in a local elementary school.

Course Code Section Number Class Time Class Day Seats Left
SMT1043 1 1:20PM - 2:50PM Tuesday 1
SMT1043 2 3:05PM - 4:35PM Wednesday 2
SMT1043 3 3:05PM - 4:35PM Thursday 4
SMT1043 4 2:30PM-4:00PM Monday 20

Understand the Past, Live in the Present, Shape the Future – IDS1107

The aims of this course are for you to meet students with similar interests, explore the resources that FSU has to offer, equip yourself for success in your major, and discover the many career possibilities available to History majors. The class will discuss a range of topics, attend department-, college-, and university-wide events, and explore ways of using History in future careers. Meetings will culminate in short reflective exercises.   

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 1 Understand the Past, Live in t 3:05PM-4:20PM Tuesday 6
IDS1107 2 Understand the Past, Live in t 3:05PM - 4:20PM Thursday 12
 

The High School AA Florida State Experience - IDS1107

This course is designed exclusively for first-semester students who earned an Associate of Arts (AA) degree while in high school. Students in this course will proactively reflect on how the high school AA degree impacts their identity and plans at Florida State. Moreover, students will explore FSU’s resources and culture and learn from fellow students and high school AA peer leaders by engaging in active dialogue.   

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 3 Earned AA degree in Highschool 11:35AM -12:50PM Tuesday Full
IDS1107 4 Earned AA degree in Highschool 1:20PM - 2:35PM Tuesday Full
IDS1107 5 Earned AA degree in Highschool 11:35AM -12:50PM Thursday Full
IDS1107 6 Earned AA degree in Highschool 1:20PM - 2:35PM Thursday Full

Get to Nole Nursing - NUR1010

This course is designed specifically for first or second semester students who have declared Nursing, NFA as their major. The class meets once a week and centers around the nursing profession and the admission requirements needed to enter the College of Nursing at FSU. Weekly guest speakers include members of the nursing faculty, nursing advisors, nurse leaders from the community and successful Nole Nurse Alumni who are working in the profession. Community involvement is also a key component of this course as we will be volunteering together as a group in at least one community program during the semester.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
NUR1010 1 Getting to Nole Nursing 3:05PM-3:55PM Monday FULL
NUR1010 2 Getting to Nole Nursing 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday FULL
NUR1010 5 Getting to Nole Nursing 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL
NUR1010 6 Getting to Nole Nursing 9:20AM-10:10AM Tuesday 15

 

Setting a Path for Success in Business - GEB1930

This Engage 100 course is geared for incoming students interested in a career in business. Through active engagement with FSU alumni and College of Business faculty, the course will introduce you to different career options and help you develop an academic road map to a achieve your professional goals. Moreover, the program will foster a sense of community and lasting relationships with other business-intent students and encourage involvement in College of Business activities.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
GEB1930 2 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 4 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 5 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 13
GEB1930 6 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 7 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 12
GEB1930 8 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 6
GEB1930 9 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 15
GEB1930 10 Paths to Success in Business 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 9
GEB1930 14 Paths to Success in Business 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 15 Paths to Success in Business 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 16 Paths to Success in Business 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday 1
GEB1930 17 Paths to Success in Business 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 18 Paths to Success in Business 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 19 Paths to Success in Business 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
GEB1930 25 Paths to Success in Business 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
GEB1930 27 Paths to Success in Business 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
GEB1930 29 Paths to Success in Business 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
GEB1930 30 Paths to Success in Business 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL

 Library Introduction for Earth Science- IDS1107

The purpose of this course is to allow students majoring in an Earth sciences discipline to start creating a community of fellow students within the EOAS department. In this course we will explore resources available to you as an FSU student, develop critical thinking skills, and examine hot topics in the field of research. An additional element of this class is that students are going to help design the course by choosing topics to focus for a given week’s class period. This “choose your own adventure” is meant to give power to the students in allowing them to pick topics they are interested in learning or discussing. As a result this will be a highly interactive class with lots of discussion, student demonstrations, and group activities. This engagement program specializes in working with first year college students to promote retention and academic success in the freshmen year and beyond. Examples of possible topics the class may choose: Finding resources both scholarly and non-scholarly Using AI tools in the classroom Data visualization tools (e.g. GIS software, Excel, Tableau Public, etc.) Academic Publishing Citation Management Procrastination Imposter Syndrome Research Data life cycle Reading Academic Articles Suggested topics from students are always appreciated.

For more information contact Kelly Grove - kegrove@fsu.edu

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107  24 Library Intro. for Earth Science  3:05PM-3:55PM Monday 4
IDS1107 25 Library Intro. for Earth Science  3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday FULL

Co-Curricular/Interest Based

Chart Your Course - SLS2206 

This course invites first-year students to experience the many opportunities Florida State University has to offer and chart their own course to a successful college experience. Students will explore their own identities and values, engage with campus resources, and apply college success strategies to effectively navigate their transition to FSU. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

  • Describe the unique history, traditions, and values of Florida State University.
  • Identify appropriate campus resources and involvement opportunities to aid in their transition to college.
  • Implement effective time management and study strategies in order to achieve their academic and personal goals.
  • Recognize the impact of their social identities in their life and campus community.
  • Create their own curricular and co-curricular collegiate success plan.
Course Code Section Number Class Time Class Day Seats Left
SLS2206 1 9:20AM-10:10AM Monday  4
SLS2206 2 8:00AM - 8:50AM Monday  13
SLS2206 3 9:20AM-10:10AM Monday 8
SLS2206 4 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday  1
SLS2206 5 10:40AM - 11:30AM Monday  FULL
SLS2206 6 12:00PM-12:50PM Monday FULL
SLS2206 7 12:00PM-12:50PM Monday 1
SLS2206 8 1:20PM-2:10PM Monday FULL
SLS2206 9 4:50PM-5:40PM Monday 10
SLS2206 10 8:00AM-8:50AM Tuesday 7
SLS2206 11 9:45AM-10:35AM Tuesday FULL
SLS2206 12 9:45AM-10:35AM Tuesday FULL
SLS2206 13 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday FULL
SLS2206 14 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday FULL
SLS2206 15 4:50PM-5:40PM Tuesday 1
SLS2206 16 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday 14
SLS2206 17 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday 14
SLS2206 18 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday 12
SLS2206 19 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday 4
SLS2206 20 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday 6
SLS2206 21 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday 8
SLS2206 22 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
SLS2206 23 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
SLS2206 24 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday 1
SLS2206 25 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday FULL
SLS2206 26 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday 2
SLS2206 27 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday 8
SLS2206 28 4:50PM-5:40PM Wednesday 7
SLS2206 29 8:00AM-8:50AM Thursday 15
SLS2206 30 9:45AM-10:35AM Thursday 2
SLS2206 31 9:45AM-10:35AM Thursday FULL
SLS2206 32 11:35AM-12:25PM Thursday FULL
SLS2206 33 11:35AM-12:25PM Thursday FULL
SLS2206 34 4:50PM-5:40PM Thursday 8
SLS2206 35 8:00AM-8:50AM Friday 13
SLS2206 36 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 12
SLS2206 37 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday 4
SLS2206 38 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
SLS2206 39 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
SLS2206 40 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
SLS2206 41 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
SLS2206 42 1:20PM-2:10PM Friday 1

First-Year Connections and Success - IDS1000 

Students participating in this course will learn about how to take advantage of the many academic engagement and support services FSU offers through in-class and out-of-classroom learning experiences. They will explore their own purpose, learn about themselves, and create plans to make the most of their time in college. This class will help students learn to interact with instructors, staff, and fellow students in ways which support their goals and the values of the FSU community.

Course Code Section Number Class Time (Fall) Class Day (Fall) Seats Left
IDS1000 1 8:00AM-8:50AM Monday FULL
IDS1000 2 9:20AM-10:10AM Monday FULL
IDS1000 3 9:20-10:10AM Monday FULL
IDS1000 4 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday FULL
IDS1000 5 10:40AM-11:30AM Monday 1
IDS1000 6 12:00PM-12:50PM Monday FULL
IDS1000 7 1:20PM-2:10PM Monday  FULL
IDS1000 8 1:20PM-2:10PM Monday FULL
IDS1000 9 8:00AM-8:50AM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 10 10:00AM-10:50AM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 11 10:00AM-10:50AM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 12 12:00PM-12:50PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 13 1:20PM-2:10PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 14 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 15 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 16 4:50PM-5:40PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1000 17 8:00AM-8:50AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 18 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 19 9:20AM-10:10AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 20 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 21 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 22 1:20PM-2:10PM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 23 3:05-3:55PM Wednesday FULL
IDS1000 24 4:50PM-5:40PM Wednesday 1
IDS1000 25 8:00AM-8:50AM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 26 10:00AM-10:50AM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 27 10:00AM-10:50AM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 28 12:00PM-12:50PM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 29 1:20PM-2:10PM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 30 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 31 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL
IDS1000 32 8:00AM-8:50AM Friday FULL
IDS1000 33 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
IDS1000 34 9:20AM-10:10AM Friday FULL
IDS1000 35 10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
IDS1000 36  10:40AM-11:30AM Friday FULL
IDS1000 37 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
IDS1000 38 12:00PM-12:50PM Friday FULL
IDS1000 39 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday 15
Course Code Section Number Class Time (Summer) Class Day (Summer) Seats Left
IDS1000 4 8:00AM-8:50AM Tuesday & Thursday CLOSED
IDS1000 7 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday & Friday CLOSED

 A Student's Guide to Sustainability - IDS1107

Veganism, fast fashion, zero waste, what is sustainability anyway? Does it matter if you skip the straw? Post #ClimateMarch? Get involved with Sustainable Campus as we discuss practical ways to create a more sustainable society and deconstruct sustainability trends to dispel common sustainability myths.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 34 Sustainability 4:50PM-5:40PM Wednesday Full

Future Innovators - IDS1107

The Future Innovators section of the Florida State Experience specializes in working with first-time in college students to promote academic success in your freshman year and beyond. This section will specifically introduce you to programs, services and resources here at FSU to assist you in engaging in innovative research, events and entrepreneurship. In addition, within this section you will plot a course of action (Game Plan) to take advantage of these resources throughout your time here at Florida State University. The resources and programs you will engage with will educate you about activities during and beyond your first semester. The meeting schedule will represent a wide range of potential student interests from technology-based activities to international programs. In the first week of the course, you will complete a questionnaire so that there will be a better understanding of your interests in research and general innovation. This will help to tailor the semester activities to the needs and interests of the class.

Future Innovators X:

The Future Innovators X section will focus on skill development and technological exploration. Throughout the semester, students will dive into the dynamic world of innovative technologies, including 3D printing, immersive media, and app development. You will engage in hands-on learning experiences aimed at introducing these cutting-edge tools and techniques. You will be introduced to impactful individuals, programs, and resources within FSU's vibrant ecosystem, all geared towards igniting your passion for innovation and problem solving. We will explore a diverse range of student interests, from coding and prototyping to launching your own entrepreneurial ventures. Each class session will be a dynamic blend of interactive workshops, guest visitors, and hands-on experiences, providing you with ample opportunities to experiment, create, and innovate. This section of IDS1107 is under the Topic Future Innovators X. 

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 33 Future Innovators  12:00PM-1:00PM Friday  FULL
IDS1107 35 Future Innovators X 5:00-6:00PM Wednesday  2

 OAS Students Succeeding Academically - IDS1107

This program is designed for students registered with the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS). Students will discuss utilizing accommodations, understanding personal strengths and challenges, working with faculty members, preparing for internships and future employment, campus resources, and skills development for successful academic and social integration into the university.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 7 OAS Student Academic Success 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL

Introduction to Engage TLH - IDS1107

Through this course, students will identify and reassess their own prior service experiences, connect with the local community in a variety of ways that foster new perspectives and reflect on how identities, skills and goals empower them as leaders in their service journey.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 31 Engage TLH 3:05PM-4:35PM Tuesday FULL

 Tabletop Roleplaying Game Design: Crafting Worlds and Narratives

Have you ever wanted to create your own tabletop roleplaying game (TTRPG)? Do you enjoy roleplaying and want to learn more about the history and value of this activity? Are you interested in finding other like-minded students on campus? Welcome to "Tabletop Roleplaying Game Design: Crafting Worlds and Narratives," an immersive and hands-on course that invites you to delve into the captivating realm of TTRPG design! 

This introductory course is designed for creative minds who are passionate about storytelling, game mechanics, and collaborative world-building. No prior experience is necessary, and all levels of experience are welcomed. In this dynamic and interactive class, students will be assigned small groups and embark on a journey to conceptualize, develop, and bring to life their own unique TTRPG as it relates to their experiences here at FSU. The course aims to provide a comprehensive albeit introductory understanding of the key elements that contribute to a successful TTRPG experience. Additionally, students will explore opportunities to interact with like-minded individuals within the FSU community and connect their love of gaming to their educational and professional goals.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 26  Tabletop Games 4:50PM-6:05PM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 27 Tabletop Games 4:50PM-6:05PM Tuesday FULL

Exploring Service Leadership - IDS1107

Students with an interest in developing culturally relevant service leadership skills, regardless of the previous experiences in service, will explore the many elements that support meaningful community engagement. Students will work with mentors connected to service leadership programs in the Center for Leadership & Social Change and will be given opportunities to apply skill sets developed within the course.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 30 Community Rooted 1:20PM-2:50PM Tuesday 1

Housing Community & College Life - IDS1107

This course invites residential students new to FSU’s campus to explore strategies for success in the areas of respect, wellness, scholarship, and connection. Through group discussion, workshops, and meaningful experiences, students will formulate personal wellness goals, develop social and campus connections, understand their personal impact on community, enhance their academics through building better study skills, and recognize the influence of social identities and their role in communities.

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107 9 Housing Life 12:00PM-12:50PM Monday FULL
IDS1107 10 Housing Life 1:20PM-2:10PM Monday FULL
IDS1107 11 Housing Life 10:00AM-10:50AM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 12 Housing Life 11:35AM-12:25PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 13 Housing Life 1:20PM-2:10PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 14 Housing Life 1:20PM-2:10PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 15 Housing Life 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday FULL
IDS1107 16 Housing Life 10:40AM-11:30AM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 18 Housing Life 1:20PM-2:10PM Wednesday  FULL
IDS1107 17 Housing Life 12:00PM-12:50PM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 19 Housing Life 3:05PM-3:55PM Wednesday FULL
IDS1107 20 Housing Life 10:00AM-10:50AM Thursday 1
IDS1107 21 Housing Life 11:35AM-12:25PM Thursday FULL
IDS1107 22 Housing Life 1:20PM-2:10PM Thursday FULL
IDS1107 23 Housing Life 3:05PM-3:55PM Thursday FULL
 

 Working with Others One-on-One IDS1107

This course is designed to help students build their skills in working one-on-one with others in a variety of contexts, providing them with experience that will aid them in virtually any major or career path. Students will learn effective strategies for helping others (and themselves) learn, working through conflict and disagreement, aiding people in different stages of distress, working with clients, supervising others as a teacher or employer, and collaborating with others. Students will develop their emotional intelligence, ability to handle conflicts, customer service aptitude, and other essential skills for improving their educational and career capabilities. Students in this class can expect to attend class once weekly, use Canvas to access course materials, and be ready to participate in classroom activities and have open discussion about each week's topic. A final project and presentation that connects your own goals with the concepts of the class and identifies relevant campus resources and activities will be due at the end of the semester.

For more information contact Dr. Shane Hockin, William Johnston Building G050, shockin@fsu.edu

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107  8 Working with Others 1:1 3:05PM-3:55PM Tuesday FULL
 

 Exploring Service Leadership (Story Telling: Create Community) - IDS 1107

Students with an interest in developing community-rooted service leadership skills, regardless of their previous experiences in service, will explore the elements that support meaningful service-leadership in and with community. Students will work with mentors connected to service-leadership programs in the Center for Leadership & Service and will be given opportunities to apply skill sets developed within the course through proposal development and direct community engagement. Storytelling: Create Community will explore storytelling through a variety of platforms and media as a tool for building connection and community on campus and beyond. For more information contact Paige Rentz, prentz@fsu.edu.

 

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
IDS1107  32 Story Telling  11:35AM-1:05PM Thursday 2
 
 

 Designing Your Life with Innovation - ENT1611

This course helps you figure out who you are, who you want to be, and where you want to go. It teaches you to use the Design Thinking process to actively create the life you want based on your interests, strengths, characteristics, values. This course also explores your purpose in college, selecting your major, educational wayfinding, innovating Florida State experiences, developing an entrepreneurial mindset, and creating your preliminary post-graduation plan. This hands-on class utilizes small group discussions, personal and group reflections, in-class activities, field experiences, and design team collaboration. It could also lead to supportive friendships and mentoring support. 
To enroll, search for ENT 1611 in Schedule Assistant.

 

Course Code Section Number Topic/Comment Class Time Class Day Seats Left
ENT1611  1   1:20PM-2:10PM Monday 20
ENT1611 2   1:20PM-2:10PM Wednesday 20