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Resources for Faculty Teaching First-Year Students

Here you will find a list of programs and advising resources especially for our first-year students. They are welcomed to campus with a variety of summer contacts during Countdown and formally at New Student Orientation. First-year advising can take advantage of the Academic Program Guides (which will be updated each semester) and the registration instructions; advisers may find the summary of the advising timeline helpful to understand the process of summer course registration and fall advising. Finally, first-year students are involved in a number of curricular and co-curricular activities including their Earlham Seminar I, targeted curricular programs and residential programming.

First-Year Advising

Help your advisees register for fall classes if they have not already done so.

First-Year Seminars

All first-year students will take an Earlham Seminar I (fall) and Earlham Seminar II (spring)

Other First-Year Programs

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801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
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