A Typical Student Schedule

Do you wonder what classes you’ll take in your first semester? If you haven’t declared a major, you’ll probably end up taking the core classes that every student must take in order to graduate. Gardner-Webb’s liberal arts curriculum allows you to take courses in a variety of interesting subjects, including art, religion, history, and music. Students must also complete four semesters of Dimensions, a weekly program that brings in outside speakers to discuss important topics in religion and culture. Here is an example of what your schedule might look like during the first semester: 

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

8:00am-8:50am: New Testament 

9:00am-9:50am: Composition I 

11:00am-11:50am- Personal Health 

Tuesday and Thursday

8:00am-9:15am- Technology in American Society 

11:50am-1:05pm- Art Survey 

Once you have completed your first semester, you have a lot more freedom to choose the date and time of your classes. Some students prefer early classes to free up their afternoons, while others like to load up on Monday, Wednesday and Friday classes and take Tuesday and Thursday off. The beauty of college is that more often than not, you will have the flexibility to choose your own schedule!

Raygan Hall: Senior. Psychology Major. Youth Discipleship Minor.