Transition to Kean (T2K)
GE 1000: Transition to Kean
The Transition to Kean (T2K) GE 1000 course is an extension of the New Student Orientation experience. This course is designed to help students adjust to academic and student life at Kean, introduce them to the General Education Program, and emphasize student success skills. This course will identify and explore student strengths and weaknesses while familiarizing students with available University resources to cultivate academic success.
In this one-credit course (formerly called Freshman Seminar), students learn about University programs and services. The Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for the course are:
- Active Citizenship
After completing the course students will have nurtured the skills needed to be engaged citizens in their communities. Students also have the opportunity to evaluate their own culture and others' while exploring multiple world views. These SLOs support the University mission to foster an environment where diversity can flourish and community outreach can grow.
Transition to Kean is a graduation requirement for all students who enter the University with fewer than 30 credits. For students who enter Kean with 30 or more credits the Transfer Transitions GE 3000 course is required. All Kean students must successfully complete either GE 1000 or GE 3000.
You can find more information about GE 3000 here: Transfer Transitions
Students in GE 1000 have the opportunity to connect with a peer mentor in their T2K class, participate in a campus-wide reading experience, pursue leadership positions, and explore all of the academic programs that Kean University has to offer. We invite you to learn more below.
The assignments are beneficial to you and your future. I liked the resume writing and community service engagement.
I learned a lot about the campus and what it had to offer. I also like the teacher and the mentor.
2021-2022 Academic Year