Remember that planner you got at Orientation and Registration?! Use it! Using an academic planner will help you with your time management! If you need help with time management skills, schedule an appointment with an Academic Counseling staff member!
Not sure what to major in? Meet with a career specialist in the Career Development Center to talk about interests, values, skills and how they relate to majors and careers!
Interested in learning about the courses you would take for a particular major? Check out the Undergraduate Catalog!
Build in time to reflect about the areas of study, questions, and ideas that appeal to you and challenge you.
Develop good study skills. Make an appointment with an academic counselor for guidance and recommendations!
Consider mentorship. Develop good habits of communicating with your instructors. Practice professional writing in your emails to them, and visit their office hours.
Attend your faculty advisor meeting the day before classes, and visit with your faculty advisor at least 3 times per term. See Academic Counseling & Support website to best prepare for your faculty advisor meetings.
Complete the required online module that highlights degree requirements and how to access your degree evaluation.