It’s that time of year again: Fall, school, and New Student Orientation. The College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences will host its breakout session on Friday September 1st from 3-5pm. The event starts with a presentation by the Advisement Center in B002 of the JFSB that will cover:
- Information about the Advisement Center
- Information about advisors and career paths
- Myths regarding the liberal arts
Following that will be tables manned by representatives of the individual departments, as well as other college entities. in the Southeast Breezeway of the JFSB Courtyard. Those tables will include
- Political Science
- The School of Family Life
- FHSS Writing Lab
- Office of Civic Engagement.
The Dean’s Office will have a table and representatives will be available to answer any questions you have about the college.
If you’re a new student, what are the benefits of attending FHSS’s New Student Orientation?
1. Learn about different majors
Trying to figure out what to study can be daunting. Taking advantage of NSO to ask various department representatives about their department can help you decide what you want to study.
2. Build connections
Because you are interacting with faculty and department representatives, you will be able to establish a valuable connection early on. The connections you form during your time here will serve you long after you graduate.
3. Meet people with similar interests
You can never have too many friends! Take this opportunity to meet people who are interested in the same things you are.
4. Get a cookie!
The Dean’s Office table will be giving out cookies. Enough said.
Be sure to stop by the JFSB on September 1st to learn more about the wonderful opportunities offered by the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences!