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National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition Listservs
The National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition hosts hosts six listservs designed to bring together a broad cross-section of faculty, academic administrators to discuss college transitions, their impact on student success, and interventions designed to maximize student success. More than 7,000 educators participate in these listservs.

** Go to Web-based Listservs for:

FYE, TYE, SOPH, SYE, GRAD and FYA

** Note: You will prompted to create a password for your email address the first time you want to post, read the archives or access the list on the web. If you are already subscribed to a list, you need to use the exact email address that is registered. You'll be prompted pick a password.

The First-Year Assessment listserv
The First-Year Assessment listserv is an online magazine that features invited, brief essays on assessment topics applicable to first-year programs and student development.

If you would like to subscribe to the FYA essay series, please subscribe To the FYA listserv at: www.sc.edu/fye/listservs/subscrib.html

If you have questions about the FYA essay series or would like to suggest an author or topic, contact Jennifer Keup, Director of the National Resource Center at Jennifer Keup, Director of the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, at keupj@mailbox.sc.edu or (803) 777-2570 .

Graduate Year Experience Listserv
Click here to join the GRAD-list to become part of growing national conversation about the transition issues of graduate students.

 

 

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