UNIVERSITY STUDIES PROGRAM
Career Education Class, US 102, is a one-credit class for career development and educational planning suited to students' needs, goals, and career choices.
Every November, the Premajor Advising Program hosts a Majors Fair. Faculty and staff members answer questions about programs, and alumni share information about the work world.
The Career Center has numerous resources to help students with their career journey, including career assessments and informational resources, workshops and events that help students begin to engage their careers through informational interviewing, job shadowing, and practice interviews. Visit www.gvsu.edu/careers to learn more.
5 QUESTIONS— TAKE 5 TO ASK 5
Visit www.gvsu.edu/careers/fivequestions and begin exploring the five questions that will help you discover who you are, engage in the possibilities of all you can do, and connect with a plan for your future. You can compile the results and meet with a premajor advisor by calling (616) 331-3588 or a Career Center staff person by calling (616) 331-3311.
FACULTY OR ADVISING CENTERS
Once you've learned about the programs that interest you, consider visiting with a faculty member or advising center in the subject area that sparked your curiosity.
For more information contact the STUDENT ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER (SASC)
at (616) 331-3588 or www.gvsu.edu/sasc
Page last modified July 17, 2014