First-Year Learning Communities Program (FYLCP)
The First-Year Learning Communities Program (FYLCP) at TAMUCC was established in 1994 and enrolls all incoming first-year students in learning communities during their first two semesters of college. Over the past two decades, the FYLCP has been nationally recognized for its commitment to student success and integrative work.
"Honestly, I feel so blessed to have been a part of this learning community. The instructors care so much for their students..." (Fall 2016 Triad K Student)
"I really loved my seminar instructor! I made a really good connection with her that prompted my learning." (Fall 2016 Triad E student)
Fall 2017 Classes
The Fall 2017 learning community options are composed of courses from across the core curriculum, as well as major-specific groupings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Common questions: How do I sign up for a learning community? What are the benefits?
First-Year Research Conference
The Spring 2017 First-Year Research Conference was held on Thursday, April 27
in the UC Ballrooms.
Our Seminar professors are experts on first-year student success, and carry advanced degrees in a variety of fields.