Why 68 things? Well, first of all, 1968 is the year that Ambrose officially became co-educational, with men and women taking classes at the same time (gasp!). Second, 1882 was the year SAU was founded, but "82" things wouldn't leave you very much time to study. So, 68 it is!
Ambrose Learning Communities offer terrific advantages to first-year students by allowing students to take a cluster of courses suited to their interests and needs, and to do so with a group of peers with similar interests.
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New Student Seminar (NSS) is a one-credit orientation course to help first-year students transition to SAU and college life.
Service learning is community service that offers both a teaching and learning aspect that provides those that participate, reflection to enrich their learning experience.