About the Program
SHSU's Firs-Year Experience office provides incoming freshmen with their first college academic experience before they even set foot in a classroom. The Bearkats Read to Succeed common reader program gives students a copy of a book to read over the summer. This book is then integrated into some of the classes they take through lectures, a film series, participation in discussion groups, and course assignments.
The mission of the Bearkats Read to Succeed program is to create a common academic/intellectual experience for incoming freshmen, facilitate a campus-wide cross-disciplinary conversation, and enhance the community among students, faculty, and staff.
For more information on the Bearkats Read to Succeed program, contact Kay Angrove at 936.294.3422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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