Frosh-Friendly Courses

THINK21 students (Why do we like to read about vampires?) participate in collaborative group performances.
Frosh-Friendly Courses allow students to look into a field of study with minimal preparation or prerequisites. These include classes like IntroSems, Thinking Matters Courses, and introductory classes (like PSYCH 1) as well as some less obvious courses that can serve as a foundation or launching pad for study in a particular discipline. Taking a number of Frosh-Friendly Courses your first year can help you explore the wealth of options you have at Stanford and enable you to learn more about potential majors of interest. In addition, Frosh-Friendly courses may offer you opportunities to explore your Ways requirements and to learn more about the university and yourself.
Classes to Consider
Browse the lists of Frosh-Friendly Courses provided by the Schools of Earth Sciences, Engineering, and Humanities & Sciences and visit classes of interest to you
Consider taking a 1 or 2 unit class in order to uncover a previously unknown field
Check out courses taught by award-winning faculty from departments across campus.
Get to know a member of Stanford’s award-winning faculty through an IntroSem!
Explore options for fulfilling your PWR requirement
Check out upcoming Thinking Matters courses
Explore Education as Self-Fashioning courses
You may already be involved in a residentially based program like an ILE, but there is much more to discover!
Plan ahead and start thinking about applying for a Sophomore College Class or Arts Intensive Course