FSUS100 is taught by faculty members, academic advisors and administrative personnel
who have special interest in first-year students. Instructors may be assigned by their
department head/chair to teach a seminar for students in their program fields. Many
volunteer to teach because they enjoy working with first-year students.
What are the requirements for teaching FSUS?
What is the application process?
To apply, please send a resume and completed instructor application to the FSUS program office - ASC 1033. The Coordinator of First-Year Seminars, Brooke Moore, will then schedule time to meet with you to discuss teaching FSUS. Course appointments will be made on the basis of qualifications and available openings.
How will I prepare to teach FSUS100?
All new first-year seminar instructors must participate in a one-day training workshop before teaching FSUS100. The workshop, which normally follows the spring semester in May, introduces new instructors to first-year seminars, the FSUS course objectives, teaching materials and strategies, course requirements, guest speakers, support services, and program goals. All FSUS instructors, veteran as well as new instructors, are encouraged to attend additional mini-training sessions offered throughout the year to introduce teaching strategies and share best practices for individual course objectives.
How will I be compensated?
Seminar instructors are paid a stipend equal to the University's one-credit faculty rate for teaching FSUS100.
*Exceptions to these criteria may be considered upon appeal to the FSUS Coordinator.