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What is a FIG?
A FIRST-YEAR INTEREST GROUP (FIG)
consists of twenty first-year students
These students take two
general-education courses together

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FIG students are linked through College Connections, 
a seminar limited to FIG students

8 8  88

8 8

_. 

3 g

8 8 8

an...
This small class offers
mentoring from the professor

and a FIG assistant,  an
advanced undergraduate who

helps FIG membe...
The FIG might also include informal out—of—class

events such as hikes,  dinner with the rofessor, 
or an excursion to a c...
How the pieces fit together

ACADEMIC

ACHIEVEMENT .   

mm ,  MEMBERS

SUCCESS

ACADEMIC
ADVISING

CAMPUS
RESOURCES

STU D...
WHICH FIG IS RIGHT FOR ME? 

CHALLENGE FIGS are intended to encourage motivated students to
explore subjects in depth.  On...
The courses in a FIG will count toward your degree, 
no matter what major you choose

GENERAL
COURSES COURSES

To earn a U...
Get more information
fyp. uoregon. edu
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What is a fig

  1. 1. What is a FIG?
  2. 2. A FIRST-YEAR INTEREST GROUP (FIG) consists of twenty first-year students
  3. 3. These students take two general-education courses together .1 . ... ... ..n. ... ... ... .nm. ... n.m 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 3888888888 8888888888 8888888888 8888838888 8888888888 8888888888 8888888888 oAon““‘onoAon onon““‘onoAon ““‘ononon §“‘ ‘¥on“ kmmmm These courses are also open to non—FlG participants at all class levels
  4. 4. FIG students are linked through College Connections, a seminar limited to FIG students 8 8 88 8 8 _. 3 g 8 8 8 and taught by the professor of one of the general-education courses in the FIG
  5. 5. This small class offers mentoring from the professor and a FIG assistant, an advanced undergraduate who helps FIG members navigate the university. %
  6. 6. The FIG might also include informal out—of—class events such as hikes, dinner with the rofessor, or an excursion to a concert or p ay.
  7. 7. How the pieces fit together ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT . mm , MEMBERS SUCCESS ACADEMIC ADVISING CAMPUS RESOURCES STU DY ABROAD
  8. 8. WHICH FIG IS RIGHT FOR ME? CHALLENGE FIGS are intended to encourage motivated students to explore subjects in depth. One of the courses in the FIG is at the intermediate level. Challenge FlGs may be either residential or nonresidential. Students in NONRESIDENTIAL FIGS may live in any hall or even off campus, if they choose, since these FIGS are not connected with a particular campus residence. Students in a RESIDENTIAL FIG live in the residence halls near each mmmmmmmmmm other and the FIG academic assistant, but mmflmmmmmmm intermingled with other students as well. mmmmmmmmmm MMFEIEEIMIEIEEID 20 FIG members + 50-70 other students + Aufglsful
  9. 9. The courses in a FIG will count toward your degree, no matter what major you choose GENERAL COURSES COURSES To earn a U0 bachelor's degree, you will take about forty-five courses distributed in roughly equal proportions among three categories: COURSES IN YOUR MAJOR FIELD FIG courses make up either the general-education curriculum or the more specialized curricula of individual majors
  10. 10. Get more information fyp. uoregon. edu

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