WPC 101 Facilitator

WPC 101 is a student success course for all first-year business students. Facilitating WPC 101 allows you to gain meaningful leadership experience while perfecting your communication skills. You will have a unique opportunity to help and guide W. P. Carey’s first-year students by sharing your ASU experiences with them. This program also encourages you to develop relationships with staff, faculty, and your peers within the W. P. Carey School of Business.


  • Current W. P. Carey School of Business student with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Knowledgeable about campus and W. P. Carey resources
  • Enthusiastic about ASU and W. P. Carey
  • Comfortable and interested in interacting with other students, as well as faculty and staff members
  • Must be available for all required training sessions:
    • Partial-day training at the end of the spring semester
    • Full-day training(s) before the beginning of the fall semester
  • Must enroll in WPC 484 (Facilitator Seminar) in the fall semester:
    • As a 3 credit hour, upper-division business elective, you should expect to spend 2 to 3 hours per credit hour – OR – approximately 6 to 9 hours a week on WPC 101/WPC 484
    • Weekly 50-minute course will help you plan your lessons
    • There are assignments that include (but are not limited to) facilitator observations, assisting with Faculty Lectures, submitting Academic Status reports, etc. as part of WPC 484


  • Facilitate a one-credit section of WPC 101
  • Enroll in WPC 484 (Facilitator Seminar) and earn three hours of upper-division elective credit
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans to engage first-year students
  • Help first-semester business first-year students adjust to life at ASU
  • Introduce students to the facilities and resources available throughout campus
  • Teach skills for academic success
  • Lead dynamic and meaningful discussions
  • Design and grade assignments
  • Serve as role model for students

Application Process & Timeline

  • The student facilitator application is open from the late fall semester to early spring semester for the following academic year.
  • The application is currently not available.

Contact Us

Jennifer Shick

Director, First-Year Experiences