Welcome Class of 2013!
We are SO excited you have chosen ULM!
Your freshman year will be the most exciting and challenging of your college career.
We have a wide variety of programs to help guide you on your way!
To find out more about more about what the first year experience is all about, just click any link above or contact:
The Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center
Learning Communities, or LCs, is one of the most innovative student success programs yet.
Available for first-year students, students in LCs live together or commute, take classes together and get to register early for LC classes.
Each LC has a Peer Leader that help foster the sense of community and mentor students through their first year of college. More information about LCs can be found on our site, see Learning Communities.
University Seminar 1001 is a 1 credit hour required class for all incoming Freshmen.
Each University Seminar 1001 section has a peer leader who was chosen based on their success as a ULM student and excellent campus involvement.
University Seminar 1001 is customized for your college and/or major and is paired with one of your core classes as part of your Learning Community.
University Seminar 1001 offers college specific sections as well as special population classes like ones for campus leadership and Adult Learners. UNIV 1001 is always expanding to find new ways to meet your needs.
Complete information about University Seminar 1001 can be found on this site at University Seminar 1001.