First-Year Learning Communities Program

First-Year Learning Communities Program

The First-Year Learning Communities Program (FYLCP) at TAMU-CC 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.

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"It was easy to interact with my peers and was easy to communicate with my Seminar Professor. It was very beneficial to me having this learning community and I feel that if the learning community wasn't here I wouldn't have been successful at all." (Fall 2019 Triad B Student)
Learning Communities

"My Seminar Professor helped me grow immensely. She made the concepts of classes so much easier and she genuinely cares about other students. She makes sure all questions are answered, all the time." (Fall 2019 Triad CS student)
First-Year Seminar

Our learning community options are composed of courses from across the core curriculum, as well as major-specific groupings.
Learning Community Catalog

Common questions: How do I sign up for a learning community? What are the benefits?
Frequently Asked Questions

Each year, first-year students have the opportunity to participate in our First-Year Islander (FYI) Conference to showcase their work and demonstrate their learning.
First-Year Islander Conference

Our First-Year Seminar professors are experts on first-year student success, and carry advanced degrees in a variety of fields.
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First-Year Seminar Faculty Resources
Faculty Resources

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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi's First-Year Learning Communities Program (FYLCP) is an innovative nationally recognized program which helps students to make successful academic and social transitions from high school to the University