"What do you want to do?"

This is one of the most common and important questions many college students are asked. While this is a valuable question, most students are not making a decision now that will be a "rest of their life" decision, but rather a choice about which opportunities can help lead them to a more satisfying academic plan.  

Exploratory students are encouraged to work with exploratory advisors to complete different self-assessments that help you understand your strengths, interests, and possible major and career paths. This starts you down the road of actively exploring your options for programs of study and helps you to learn more about yourself! Developing a sense of who you are as a student - your interests, values, skills, personality traits and strengths - can all help in the exploration process and make connections to careers easier.

Figuring it out!

Through the Office of Academic Advising, there are a number of campus resources to assist students connect to career opportunities. Typically, students spread these activities over the fall and spring semesters.