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FYS and TYS courses are designed and taught by faculty with a special passion for the topic. Nearly all of the seminars count toward the Core, and most include excursions into the city and a variety of enrichment activities. So, instead of a standard “Intro” course in a given Core area, try “Dance in San Francisco,” “Lovers of Wisdom,” “Golden Gate Park,” “The Extreme Universe,” or “From Acupuncture to Yoga," or "Youth in the City.”
Enrollment in each FYS/TYS course is limited to 16 students, so you’ll get to know your professor and classmates well. Many seminars also have a First Year Seminar Assistant (FYSA), an advanced undergraduate who is available to mentor new students, and to assist them in navigating the university.
FYS and TYS courses are open only to students in their first or second semester at USF. View our current course offerings, and contact the First-Year Seminar Coordinator, Jeffrey Paris firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.