UTSA students march into their major on March 22
(March 17, 2017) -- Students at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) can explore new academic options at March Into Your Major on Wednesday, March 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the H-E-B University Center Ballroom (1.104). The event, hosted by The University Career Center, is free and open to all UTSA students.
March Into Your Major is designed to help students who are unsure of their major, career path or future goals by providing them with opportunities to speak with a variety of university staff and experts.
Roadrunners will learn about the degree programs offered at UTSA, meet with student leaders, receive a four-year career action plan and speak with representatives from various UTSA academic programs and student services including career counselors from the University Career Center. Students also can learn about potential internships and career opportunities.
Nearly 1,000 UTSA students attended March Into Your Major in 2016. In the three years since its inception, the number of rising sophomores who have declared a major has increased from 17 percent to 49 percent.
The event will also feature door prizes, including five $100 textbook credits from the UTSA RowdyCampus store.
Learn more about UTSA University Career Center.
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