The Major and Career Exploration Center will host the fifth, of six programs, as part of the remote college fairs this fall. Students who are curious about academic programs in the College of Education and Communications will be able to hear directly from the college leadership
and faculty members on Monday, October 5, at 5:00 p.m.
The program will be facilitated through Zoom, and students can access them from a convenient location by simply clicking on the respective link below. More information about the College of Education
and Communications can be found by clicking on the link provided.
While these programs are designed to assist students who are exploring or unsure about their academic future and potential career field, there other opportunities available to students who attend. This includes discovering minors and certificate programs
that can enhance your qualifications in the future.
The Major and Career Exploration Center is a resource available for all students. It is designed provide personal assessment resources that assist with the decision-making process associated
with choosing a major or changing to a new one. Self-guided resources are available in our Related Sites section. All are encouraged to utilize our drop-in
hours. Specific questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The mission of the center is to allow students to learn more about themselves, the world of work, and see where
those areas intersect.
Remote office hours are available each weekday as follows.
Please visit the MCEC to access the appropriate Zoom link.