ALA 171 - Making the Most of Michigan
Section: 009
Term: WN 2018
Subject: Applied Liberal Arts (ALA)
Department: LSA UG: Curriculum Support
Credits:
1
Grading:
Mandatory credit/no credit.
Repeatability:
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

What are you hoping to gain from your time at Michigan? To take advantage of your experience, ALA 171: Making the Most of Michigan, is a 7-week activity-based course designed to help students get involved, meet people, and present themselves professionally to the world at large.

Students in the course:

  • Visit and learn about resources across the university campus
  • Create online portfolios that detail their goals, aspirations, and key experiences and connect them to career networking tools such as LinkedIn, Handshake, and UCAN
  • Explore social identities and build important communication skills across differences
  • Grow as leaders in the diverse Michigan community

    Facilitated by upper-level students, this course creates an environment for students to share perspectives and ideas. It is recommended for all first-year students. Ultimately, Making the Most of Michigan is making Michigan yours!

    Course Requirements:

    Attend class weekly, complete assignments, and participate in a Portfolio showcase during the last class session.

    Intended Audience:

    Students in their first year on U of M campus.

  • ALA 171 - Making the Most of Michigan
    Schedule Listing
    001 (SEM)
    P
    27903
    Open
    12
     
    -
    Tu 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 20th in Baits II, Coman Lounge.
    002 (SEM)
    P
    28510
    Open
    5
    5Y1
    -
    Tu 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 20th in East Quad, B852
    003 (SEM)
    P
    28511
    Open
    3
    4Y1
    -
    Tu 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 20th in West Quad, G023.
    005 (SEM)
    P
    28513
    Open
    4
    4Y1
    -
    W 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 21st in West Quad, G023.
    006 (SEM)
    P
    28514
    Open
    2
    3Y1
    -
    W 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 21st in Bursley, MGS Lounge.
    007 (SEM)
    P
    28515
    Closed
    0
     
    -
    W 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 21st in West Quad, Asubuhi Lounge.
    008 (SEM)
    P
    28516
    Closed
    0
     
    -
    W 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 21st in Couzens, Living Room.
    009 (SEM)
    P
    28517
    Open
    8
    8Y1
    -
    W 7:00PM - 9:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 21st in MoJo, Cesar Chavez.
    010 (SEM)
    P
    28518
    Open
    7
    7Y1
    -
    Th 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 22st in Markley, Sharangpani Lounge.
    011 (SEM)
    P
    28519
    Open
    5
    5Y1
    -
    Th 6:00PM - 8:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 22st in Markley, Sharangpani Lounge
    012 (SEM)
    P
    28520
    Open
    4
    4Y1
    -
    Th 6:00PM - 8:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 22rd in South Quad, YK Lounge.
    013 (SEM)
    P
    28521
    Open
    7
    7Y1
    -
    Th 6:00PM - 8:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 22rd in East Quad, B834.
    014 (SEM)
    P
    29160
    Closed
    0
     
    -
    Th 6:00PM - 8:00PM
    Note: This class will meet from the week of January 9th through Feb 22rd in Alice Lloyd Hall, Vicky Barner Lounge.
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