College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The college and the University make available many resources to support student success. This page provides links to many of these services and opportunities.
Need to contact the CLAS Academic Advising Center? Call 616 331-8585.
Need Tutoring or a Study Buddy ?
The Student Academic Success Center (SASC) provides a resource for students to connect with many resources including a study partner. Any student enrolled at GVSU may find a Study Buddy by going to this web site and making the request.
myPath and Your Degree
All undergraduate students can view their degree evaluation through the myPath system. myPath is a tool designed to assist students in preparing for and tracking their progress toward graduation. It includes both a degree analysis audit and an educational planner.
The system is available with an easy to read audit, the ability to view the requirements of any possible major or minor that students might wish to pursue, as well as GPA calculators and a semester planner.
The system is located within Banner Self Service under Student Records and labeled 'myPath - Degree Planning & Evaluation'.
myPath FAQs are also available on the Registrar's Office web page (www.gvsu.edu/registrar).
www.gvsu.edu/languages This page is designed to assist students in navigating the languages offered by the departments of Classics and Modern Languages & Literatures and to provide information about related topics such as the BA Cognate requirement.
Academic Units in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Learn more about the many majors and minors offered by the units in our College.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS) has launched a new website for students and faculty interested in undergraduate research and scholarship. www.gvsu.edu/ours
Study Abroad and Travel Opportunities
Fellowship award opportunities www.gvsu.edu/fellowships
Life, Finances, and Career
Watch the CLAS Alumni Career Panel discussion about jobs in the liberal arts.
Some programs have mandatory internships as part of their academic program. Many others have opportunities for students to experience internships. Talk to your faculty major advisor .
Page last modified July 2, 2014