Compass Learning Community
The Compass Learning Community helps incoming first-year students succeed who would like additional academic assistance. We will select approximately 48 qualified first-year students to participate in this community. Participants will be provided with an incredible opportunity to tap into some of UCO's best faculty and tutoring resources. Students take five classes together during the academic year, live on the same residential floor, and receive supplemental tutoring and instruction. Each learning community has a Peer Mentor, an upper class student, who resides in the hall, serves as a role model and mentors students throughout the first year.
Is the Compass Learning Community right for me?
Are you the first in your family to go to college?
Are you unsure about what you might want to major in?
Are you looking for a program that will assist you in succeeding at UCO?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, the Compass Learning Community may be a good fit for you!
Compass community members will move-in before classes start and begin the Compass Academic Success Camp to prepare them for success in the classroom and with the transition to campus. For two weeks students will undergo intensive classroom instruction to building reading, writing and keyboarding skills. Additionally students will begin their Success Central course before the Fall semester begins. Team building and goal setting activities will help students identify their strengths and individualized plan for success.Students take co-enrolled courses in the Fall and Spring semesters their first year.
MCOM 1113 Fundamentals of Speech or FIN 2313 Personal Finance
ENG 1113 English Composition or English (Remedial)
UNIV 1012 Success Central
ENG 1213 English Composition & Research or ENG 1113 English Composition
FIN 2313 Personal Finance or MCOM 1113 Fundamentals of Speech
HUM 2223 General Humanities: Renaissance to Modern
Students selected for the Compass Learning Community must live in the University Suites and be willing to accept an assigned roommate. Students will receive numerous academic advantages available specifically for them. There is no additional charge to be in the community. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact the Learning Communities Coordinator Kimberly Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org by email or call her at (405) 974-6903. To view our Housing facilities and rates, please visit: www.uco.edu/residence_life.
Your next step:
- Please complete the application here