Pilot Program

Pilot Program, an academic-residential division based in Alice Lloyd Residence Hall offers seminars, Introductory Composition (English 125) classes, Argumentative Writing (English 225) and Creative Writing (English 223) classes, Mathematics 115 and 116, and one-credit mini-courses to undergraduate students. All Pilot classes are taught at Alice Lloyd dormitory by Resident Fellows, specially selected graduate student instructors who live in the residence hall. The Pilot Program is jointly sponsored by the College of LSA and the Housing Division.

Pilot Program students are given first priority in signing up for Pilot classes. Those openings that remain are filled by undergraduate students on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on Fall 1988 Pilot course offerings call 764-7521, or stop by the front desk at Alice Lloyd, 100 Observatory Street, and pick up a course booklet.

Pilot 189 is cross-listed with Sociology 202 for Fall Term, 1988 ONLY. See description under Sociology 202. (Sfeir-Younis)


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