If you have not declared a major, you are not alone!
Some students have their options narrowed down to a few majors they are deciding between, while others are open to exploring all potential majors. In any case, starting Undeclared allows a student to learn more about their individual strengths and weaknesses and helps them to feel more confident when choosing a major. Undeclared students have more time to explore their interests, making them more likely to stay with their declared major and more likely to choose a career path they will enjoy.
Steps to choose a major:
Visit the Help! I Need a Major! page.
Review the Undeclared Student Handbook using the link below.
Consider enrolling in IDS 120: Exploring Majors and Careers.
Meet with a Career Resources Specialist.
Enroll in General Education courses to explore options.
Currently declared but considering going Undeclared to explore other majors?
Meet with an Advisor in the Academic Advising and Transfer Center!