June 22, 2016
T-FIG: Register for a T-FIG through MyPlan
What is T-FIG?
Transfer First-year Interest Groups or T-FIGs are peer-guided seminar course that small groups of transfer students take together during their first quarter at the UW.
Searching for a T-FIG
SEARCHING FOR A T-FIG
Select T-FIG from the Type category on the left column.
All T-FIGs will filter and populate on your screen
Standalone and Themed T-FIGs
There exist two T-FIG types: standalone or themed.
Standalone T-FIGs are 2-credit classes under the mentorship and instruction of T-FIG Leaders, experienced undergraduates that will facilitate the courses and help to introduce you to resources unique to the UW.
Themed T-FIGs are a cluster of classes containing the GEN ST 199 class with one or more classes that complement one another. Currently, one Themed T-FIG exists: Public Health.
Shown below is the Public Health Themed T-FIG.
Reading a T-FIG Listing
When selecting your T-FIG, there are few things that you should note.
Registering for a T-FIG
To register for a T-FIG, access MyPlan.
In MyPlan, select Find Courses.
To search for a T-FIG, type “GEN ST 199 T#” into the search box. The # corresponds to the T-FIG number of your choice.
Once you see your T-FIG populate in the list, select the [add to plan icon] to add the T-FIG to your plan.