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New Commuting Freshmen

Commuter Living Learning Communities (Commuter NET)

What is it?

Commuter NET is a group of first-year students who are enrolled in the same sections of courses and who are all first-year commuters. Students participating in the NET program will enroll in a block of courses together, comprised of three NET courses each semester during the freshman year.

Why do it?

* A large network of friends
* Enhance community spirit
* Contact with faculty inside and outside of the classroom
* Access to peer assistance and study groups
* Improved grades
* Assistance in reaching academic goals
* A means to address social and academic concerns
* An enhanced classroom experience

How do I join?

Students interested in the NET program can attend a special Living Learning Community session during New Student Orientation. This session will give students an opportunity to meet the faculty, staff, and other students involved in the NET program. Students interested in the NET program should attend the first orientation in June as space is very limited and offered on a first come first served basis.

Commuter Net Application 

For Parents:

Parents, we are thrilled that you and your student have chosen Texas Woman’s University! One thing first year commuters struggle with is getting involved on campus. Campus involvement is an essential key to students at TWU feeling like they are part of the campus community. Commuter NET is one of many ways for freshman commuters to be involved on campus and have their own social and academic community. Students interested in the NET program should attend the first orientation in June as space is very limited and offered on a first come first served basis.

Getting Involved

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