This I Believe is the Summer Reading Book at Seton Hall University

Seton Hall University has selected This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women for the 2012 Summer Reading Program! First-year students will pick up copies of the book at the campus bookstore when they attend summer orientation sessions in June.

When they return to campus in the fall, new freshmen will use the book in two introductory courses: Engl 1201: Core English I and Core 1001: University Life. Core English I is First Year Writing course that emphasizes “the writing and reading processes of expository and persuasive rhetoric/argument,” including research, pre-writing, revising, and grammar, mechanics, and vocabulary. As part of the course requirements, Core English students take advantage of academic resources on campus, including one-on-one sessions with peer tutors and the university’s Writing Center.

University Life is a Freshman Studies seminar that “aims to provide students with academic and personal success; integrate computer technology into academic instruction; familiarize students with University resources and opportunities; improve reading, writing, and analytical skills and support the University mission of “forming students to be servant leaders in a global society.” Components of the course include classroom discussions and activities, creating an online writing portfolio, attendance at multi-cultural and interdisciplinary events on campus, community service, and participation in a university club or organization.

Click here to read about some of the other schools that have adopted This I Believe or This I Believe II for common reading programs!

This I Believe • Holt Paperbacks • 320 pages

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