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.

Featured Items

  • Kansas State University, K-State First (Kansas State University, K-State First, 2019)
    A guide for faculty and staff members teaching 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, ...
  • Kansas State University, K-State First (Kansas State University, K-State First, 2019)
    Co-curricular events have a huge impact on student learning and community building. Students often note that they remember these out of the classroom experiences as the time when they were most able to bond with their peers ...
  • Kansas State University, K-State First (Kansas State University. K-State First., 2013)
    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, ...
  • Kansas State University, K-State First (Kansas State University. K-State First., 2012)
    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, ...
  • Kansas State University, K-State First (Kansas State University. K-State First., 2014)
    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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