CAT Communities

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CAT Communities

 

One interest, endless connections

Connecting Across Topics (CAT) Communities are set of learning communities specifically designed for first-year students. They are a terrific way for students to make a great start at K-State.


CAT Communities are designed around student interests, and they offer mentoring from a professor and an advanced undergraduate Learning Assistant who shares the students' interests. They are an ideal place for students to meet each other and to study together.

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  • Program (Kansas State University. K-State First., )
    A guide for Learning Assistants (LAs) in Connecting Across Topics (CAT) Communities. Provides an overview of all K-State First programs, as well as specific guidelines and suggestions for in-class activities, co-curricular ...
  • Program (Kansas State University. K-State First., )
    A brochure describing Residential Connecting Across Topics (CAT) Communities at Kansas State University for the 2013-2014 academic year. Provided in the brochure is an overview, photographs within different residence halls, ...
  • Program (Kansas State University. K-State First., )
    A brochure describing Residential Connecting Across Topics (CAT) Communities at Kansas State University for the 2012-2013 academic year. Provided in the brochure is an overview, photographs within different residence halls, ...
  • Program (Kansas State University. K-State First., )
    A guide for Learning Assistants (LAs) in Connecting Across Topics (CAT) Communities. Provides an overview of all K-State First programs, as well as specific guidelines and suggestions for in-class activities, co-curricular ...
  • Program (Kansas State University. K-State First., )
    A guide for Learning Assistants (LAs) in Connecting Across Topics (CAT) Communities. Provides an overview of all K-State First programs, as well as specific guidelines and suggestions for in-class activities, co-curricular ...

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