C-START (Carolina Students Taking Academic Responsibility through Teaching) provides students the unique opportunity to develop and teach a course of their own design.
Student-instructors spend the Fall semester developing a syllabus and lesson plans with a faculty mentor, then teach a weekly seminar in the Spring. Classes are taught once a week for 1 hour and 50 minutes and typically include 10-15 students. View a tentative list of Spring 2017 C-START courses.
The program gives student-instructors a new perspective on the classroom experience and provides undergraduate students with a diverse collection of courses that would not otherwise be available.
For more information, contact the C-START Coordinator, Holly Ozgun.
Student-instructors earn three hours of graded independent study credit for their course preparation and classroom instruction. Students who enroll in C-START classes earn one hour of pass/fail credit.
Students who wish to teach a C-START course during 2017-2018 academic year will be able to apply in mid-March. Click here for more information about the application process.