CURRENT STUDENTS: Do not use this list! This semester's SRAP courses are listed in the PDF sent to your CU email. They are never listed online in Class Search. You can only enroll for your SRAP class by emailing michael.shernick@colorado.edu.

If you have enrolled through online Class Search for a section of a course listed below, it is not your SRAP class. SRAP classes only use section -170R and are not listed online. 

 

Stories and Societies RAP courses are seminar-style, limited to 19 students, and taught in Sewall Hall just for students who live in Sewall.

We manually register incoming students for our courses to maximize the best fit for each student in Stories and Societies RAP.

The list below is an example of the courses taught in Stories and Societies RAP over the past couple years. We change our course offerings each semester, giving Stories and Societies RAP students a variety of options.

Our courses count toward Arts and Sciences General Education and graduation requirements. Students who are not in the College of Arts and Sciences find most Stories and Societies RAP courses count for their requirements, too.

If you have questions about our courses, please contact storiesandsocieties@colorado.edu.

 

Recently Offered Courses in Stories and Societies RAP

CURRENT STUDENTS: Do not use this list! This semester's SRAP courses are listed in the PDF sent to your CU email. They are never listed online in Class Search. You can only enroll for your SRAP class by emailing michael.shernick@colorado.edu.

If you have enrolled through online Class Search for a section of a course listed below, it is not your SRAP class. SRAP classes only use section -170R and are not listed online. 

 

ANTH 1150, Exploring a Non-Western Culture: Regional Cultures of Africa

ANTH 1190, The Origins of Ancient Civilizations

DNCE 2501, African Dance

ENGL 1191, Introduction to Creative Writing

HIST 1011, Greeks, Romans, Kings and Crusaders: European History to 1600

HIST 1012, Empire, Revolution and Global War: European History Since 1600

HIST 1061, The Rise and Fall of Ancient Rome

HIST 2110, History of Early Modern Societies: Europe

HIST 2220, History of War and Society: Crusades and Medieval Warfare

HIST 2516, America Through Baseball

HUMN 2100, Arts, Culture and Media

IPHY 2420, Nutrition for Health and Performance

LIBB 1600, Gender and Film

MUEL 2051, Introduction to Songwriting Techniques

MUEL 2852, Music of the Rock Era

PHIL 1200, Contemporary Social Problems

PHIL 1400, Philosophy and the Sciences

PHIL 2270, Philosophy and Race

RLST 2800, Women and Religion

SEWL 2000, America, the Environment, and the Global Economy

SOCY 1004, Deviance in U.S. Society

SOCY 2031, Social Problems

SOCY 2034, Drugs in U.S. Society

SSIR 1010, Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

WGST 2200, Women, Gender, Literature and the Arts

WRTG 1150, First Year Writing and Rhetoric

 

CURRENT STUDENTS: Do not use this list! This semester's SRAP courses are listed in the PDF sent to your CU email. They are never listed online in Class Search. You can only enroll for your SRAP class by emailing michael.shernick@colorado.edu.

If you have enrolled through online Class Search for a section of a course listed above, it is not your SRAP class. SRAP classes only use section -170R and are not listed online.