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Freshman Interest Groups - Fall 2014
 

FIG Students tend to have

  • Improved retention rates (they stay in school!)
  • Improved class performance (higher GPAs)
  • Better connections with faculty
  • Better connections with other students (academic and social network)
  • A better sense of the campus as a community
  • Better knowledge of campus opportunities

Contact Us

Jessica Willford
FIGs Coordinator
University of Wyoming
Dept. 3334, Coe 219
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-4322
Email: figs@uwyo.edu

Freshman Interest Groups are living and learning communities.

If you're a first-time freshmen at UW, we invite you to join a FIG, where you'll take three or four sections of linked or clustered courses for a semester, while living on a 'designated' floor in the UW residence halls with other FIG students enrolled in the same course sections.

FIGs are a friendly and fun way to begin life at UW. Instead of making your way through those first research papers, final exams, and study sessions alone, you'll be part of a community of learners, yet you'll maintain the flexibility to be independent too.

Choosing a FIG is easy!

FIGS are separated by major-based, theme-based, and undeclared FIGs (what's the difference?). 

Look through the choices and pick one that sounds interesting to you. FIGs are generally designed to meet University Studies requirements, so even if you decide on a completely different major, most of the courses you've completed as part of the FIG will still satisfy courses required of all students as part of UW's general education program.

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