Choosing & Exploring a Major Workshop Questionnaire
In order to further improve its programs and services and to ensure we are meeting your educational needs, Student Success Services put together a short survey found below. Please take a moment to fill it out. This survey is confidential, so please share your answers, comments or suggestions. Thank you.
Spending time exploring your skills, interests, values, and personality is NOT necessary when selecting a major.
An activity you can engage in to help you learn more about a particular major is:
Review curriculum worksheets
Browse textbooks or department web pages
Talk with faculty or students currently in that major
Attend a club meeting related to that major
All of the above
The Career Center website offers resources for researching jobs and careers related to particular majors.
In order to declare a major you must get a faculty member from that major to sign the Declaration of Major form.
Two offices that provide resources and assistance related to choosing a major are:
The Counseling Center and Residence Life
Academic Advising and the Career Center
Office of Student Development and the Tutoring Center
The Dean of Students Office and the Office of Service-Learning
Picking a major and a career are the same thing.
Choosing one major means giving up all others.
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