4.A22
First Year Advising Seminar — Physics of Energy

Open only to: 
Freshmen

Description coming soon.

What is a First Year Advising Seminar?

The First Year Advising Seminars (FAS) program, offered by the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming, is one advising option available to freshmen. It is available only to first-term freshmen, who must apply online. A Freshman Advising Seminar is typically led by a faculty member who also serves as the freshman advisor to the small group of seminar advisees. While FASes vary in style and topic, most are oriented to group discussion and offer an opportunity to interact closely with faculty.

All Advising Seminars receive six units of credit and are graded P/D/F.