To get a jump on college life, KWC freshmen report to campus a few days ealier than returning students -- we call this KW1101. You'll get settled into your rooms, laugh at some entertainment, learn about KWC culture and have a ton of fun getting to know a few hundred of your closest friends.
You'll be divided into KW1101 groups (each group will have a faculty/staff leader and two student leaders) for many of your activities. On this page, you'll find the KW1101 schedule, info on your summer reading assignment (yeah, you've gotta do a little work -- this is college!) and other resources.
We're excited about meeting all of you in a few short weeks. See you on campus!
Read the book, then download and type your answers to the 12 discussion questions by Thursday, August 22, 2013. You’ll find the list of questions at this link: www.kwc.edu/kw1101/book.
Please email your answers to your faculty KW 1101 leader by Thursday, August 22, 2013. Be prepared to share and discuss your answers during your English class. If you have any questions, please contact your KW1101 faculty or student leaders.
PDP - Preparation for Life at KWC - Personal Development Plan
The Personal Development Plan is designed to help you identify your academic and career goals and includes the steps needed to achieve them. The PDP will help you to identify potential majors (if you are not sure), important skills you may need to develop in order to achieve your goals, and experiences such as internships, job shadowing, undergraduate research, practica or pre-service teaching that will prepare you to enter your life after KWC.
Download the PDP by clicking on one of the links below (both PDF and Word versions are available), type in your answers to Step 1: “Creating Your Vision,” and Step 2 “Writing a Personal Vision Statement.”Then email completed Steps 1 and 2 to your KW1101 faculty leader and your faculty advisor by Thursday, August 22, 2013.You will complete Step 3: “Writing Your Development Plan” during orientation. Please be thinking about your academic, campus life, and career/interpersonal goals over the summer.
Take the FOCUS test. FOCUS is an online career and educational planning tool. You will need to register and create an account. It will take about an hour and can be broken down into shorter intervals as it saves your work. When you have completed all parts, choose Review and Print your Portfolio from the main menu, select all assessment areas, then print and bring it to orientation. The orientation schedule will indicate the time you will meet with your faculty advisor.
Need info on how to login to your KWC email and our campus network, PantherNet? Here ya go. These pdfs will also tell you how to connect your computer to PantherNet when you get here and a few of the ways you can use PantherNet.