Two weeks ago, I attended the freshmen orientation at the University of Minnesota. It was a two-day event full of presentations, questions and answers. In effort to ease the transition from high school to college and university in general. I had a wonderful group leader with cat jokes and kidding, just kidding joy.
My fall schedule is a bit spaced out. For three days a week, I have a packed morning, a dismal afternoon and a short evening. I do get to leave early on Friday though. Thursday are packed throughout so it’ll be like working. This schedule actually has me doing more than when I was in high school. I always thought it would end up being less.
Blue is for English/Writing/Freshmen Composition. Green is for the introductory College of Science & Engineering class. Red is for Physics, some of those are problem sessions, lectures and labs – I’ll update accordingly. Yellow is for Math/Calculus 1, some are labs and some are lectures, I’ll update accordingly. Purple is for Computer Science classes, something about Data Structures and SOO.
As you can see, three days a week, I have a huge gulf in my schedule. I tried to minimize that as much as I possible could but I was unable due to CSCI 1901 only being offered at that time. At least I get an early Friday.
I’ll have to catch the bus around 7:15 to get down there by 7:55 for class to start, but I think I’ll manage. I am indeed looking forward to classes but a little so for Welcome Week.
As I get more details about what these classes really are about, I’ll share my stories here and of course, I’ll be updating my calendar to accurately reflect any changes that I may encounter.