Posted October 2, 2013
ISU undergraduate departments will be represented at the majors and minors fair and faculty will be available to answer questions and explain program options. Students are encouraged to take advantage of having access to ISU departments in one location and use the event to find a major or minor that is a suitable with their interests and talents.
Undergraduate students must declare a major by the time they are a junior (58 credits), but it is recommended to narrow down major and minor choices by the end of freshman year. Central Academic Advising will be providing information on the importance of major and career exploration, assessing academic aptitude, how to declare a major and minor, and the importance of the "catalog year."
High school seniors have been invited to participate in a full morning of activities at ISU on Oct. 16, including the majors and minors fair from 11 a.m. to noon. Students are asked to sign up at their school to participate and for transportation to ISU.
The majors and minors fair is part of the semester long "Harvest Your Potentia"” series sponsored by Central Academic Advising.
For more information on these fairs or “Harvest Your Potential,” please visit www.isu.edu/advising or contact Nancy Goodman at email@example.com or 282-3277.