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Freshman Orientation & Sample Schedule

Freshman Orientation

The week prior to the beginning of fall classes, or a portion thereof, has been designed to prepare students for the months ahead. Activities during the week are designed to orient students to the environment, the people, and the educational philosophy of Gutenberg College. Students will become acquainted with the faculty, their fellow students, and the Gutenberg College facilities. Attending Freshman Orientation is required.

Sample Schedule

Time spent in class each week varies during the four years at Gutenberg. On average, students spend 19 hours in class during their first and second years and 14 hours in class their third and fourth years. Following is a sample schedule for a first-year student in the fall quarter:

Monday
8:30-9:25 Ancient Mathematics: Geometry
9:30-10:25 Microexegesis: Aristotle
10:30-12:00 Classical Greek 1
1:30-3:30 Western Civilization Great Books Discussion

Tuesday
9:00-10:25 Western Civilization Lecture
10:30-11:25 Art Seminar: Music

Wednesday
8:30-9:25 Ancient Mathematics: Geometry
9:30-10:25 Microexegesis: Aristotle
10:30-11:25 Writing Tutorial
12:30-2:30 Western Civilization Great Books Discussion
2:30 Open Discussion

Thursday No classes

Friday
8:30-9:25 Ancient Mathematics: Geometry
9:30-10:25 Microexegesis: Aristotle
10:30-12:00 Classical Greek 1
1:30-3:30 Western Civilization Great Books Discussion