Join the College of Arts and Sciences and Housing and Residential Life for the Major Games, an academic resource fair, gain tips for survival while you are a student at American University.
When: 2.8.17, 11-2 p.m.
Where: Mary Graydon Center, room 2 - 5
What "Districts" across campus will be competing?
District 1: Success Academic Support and Access Center
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution
District 2: Housing and Residential Life Residential Education
District 3: Campus & Self Exploration
The University Center & Student Activities
District 4: Experiential Learning AU Abroad
The Center for Community Service & Engagement
Recreational Sports & Fitness
District 5: Academic Programs
BA/MA Programs CAS & SPA
CAS Peer Advisors
College of Arts and Sciences
Kogod School of Business
School of Communication
School of International Service
School of Public Affairs
What can you do to train for the Major Games?
Review the university catalog to see what programs you may be interested in.
Focus less on trying to nail down a major in your first few semesters and allow yourself the chance to explore.
Take advantage of all the resources the university offers.
Choose a major that YOU are interested in.
Go with your expertise and your heart. If you have a strong interest in a major, you are likely to do well.
Offers a variety of free and confidential psychological services, including: initial consultation appointments, time-limited individual counseling, group therapy. Urgent Care Drop-In Hours: (M-F, 2-4 pm), workshops and presentations, referrals to off-campus providers, self-help resources, and anonymous online mental health screenings.
Center for Undergraduate Research
We take students through each step of becoming and undergraduate researcher, from understanding what undergraduate research means in your particular field to finding funding and presenting fruits of your study.
Assists with interpreting assignments,
generating ideas, locating and sharpening
thesis statements, organizing ideas and research, and more.
Provides assistance to students who need help in courses from Math 150-Math 313 and Stat 202-320 (Gray Hall, Room 110). In the library research commons area (M-F, 12-5 pm) we help with Statistical Software problems.
May the odds of finding your major be ever in your favor.