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As a freshman at Bowling Green State University, you will be required to take a 1910 course. These are just a set list of 6-week courses each student is required to take. If you are a student through the College of Health and Human Services you can take a 1910 class called HHS 1000. Here are 5 reasons HHS 1000 will prepare you for your college future.

1.Tips for college

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For HHS 1000 you will be required to read a book called The Naked Roommate. This book cover multiple topics that you may face as a freshman in college

2. Major search

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As a HHS 1000 student, you will go to different engagement activity days. On these days, you will look at different departments throughout the college and answer questions. These activities can help you if you were unsure about your major.

3. Scheduling

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As an assignment, you will have to put items in your shopping cart early. By doing this the day classes are open to schedule, you will just have to click a button.

4. Meeting advisors

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Some of the teaching assistants in your HHS 1000 class will be listed in your student center as your graduate student advisor. It gives you the chance to meet your advisor before you will have to schedule your mandatory appointment.

5. Small class size

Most lectures when you get to college will have over 100 other people. This can become very stressful so by taking HHS 1000 as your 1910 course you will know all your classmates.

HHS 1000 will be able to help students face some of the hard problems in their first semester in college. It is also listed as one of the possible 1910 classes which are required for each freshman.


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Megan Deskin

I am a Freshman at Bowling Green State University. I am involved in Greek Life and other organizations on campus. My major is Gerontology, which is a heavy biology major program. I love adventuring around the town and going to the different events on campus. I'm always open to trying new things and I love to be involved!


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