Dive Deep First Year Experience
Diving Deep is about exploring your purpose, finding family, and beginning your epic journey. So come on and Dive Deep, the water's fine.
What Does It Mean to Dive Deep?
An Argo that Dives Deep into their freshman experience gains new friendships, steps out of their comfort zone, and attends events to learn more about who they are and their purpose. These Argos grow to become resilient learners capable of authoring their own experiences, and have fun while they are doing it!
Why Should You Dive Deep?
It can be rough jumping into new waters, but it's critical for you to Dive Deep into your first year because involved students are more likely to graduate. Diving Deep will open opportunities for you to connect and build community with faculty, staff, and classmates. Also, national statistics and research show engagement on campus not only can enhance happiness, but also keep you with us from year to year.
Our Committment to You
Our Commitment to you is to provide and promote opportunities for experiences that enhance your experience as an Argo.
How Can You Dive Deep?
Below are the four main ways Argos can Dive Deep at UWF.
Participate in the Dive Deep ShowcaseDive Deep Events
Share in Common Experience EventsDive Deep Events
Live in a Living Learning Community
Take a Foundations CourseFoundations for Success
First Year Impact
Argo imPACT is an involvement framework to help UWF students get the most out of their UWF experience. imPACT identifies four areas of focus for student involvement: Prepare, Achieve, Connect, and Thrive. Click the button below for more information.
There are many way in which students, faculty, and staff can get involved with Dive Deep at UWF. Click the button below for more information.Get Involved
Dive Deep stickers are dry erase and showcase songs that make our community feel fearless. Use the sticker as a conversation starter. Click the button below for more information.The Sticker
You Belong Here
Faculty, staff, and students are all involved in student retention. Click the button below for more information on how you can help new students feel welcome at UWF.You Belong Here