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The Major Games

2018 Major Games: Explore Majors, Minors, and Campus Resources. Passion starts here! Wednesday, February 7th, 11am - 2pm,Mary Graydon Center Rooms 2 -5

Passion Starts Here!

Join all five schools in preparing for the Olympics as you explore majors minors, and valuable resources at AU.

When: 2.7.18, 11 am — 2 pm

Where: Mary Graydon Center, Rooms 2-5

What will you find in Olympic Park?

 

Medals Plaza

Success

Academic Support and Access Center
Math Lab
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution
University Library
Writing Center
International Student & Scholar Services

Olympic Village

Housing and Residence Life

Residential Education

Skating Palace

Campus & Self Exploration

Counseling Center
The University Center & Student Activities
Wellness Center
Recreational Sports & Fitness 
Center for Diversity & Inclusion 
Dean of Students Office

Training Rink

Experiential Learning

AU Abroad
Career Center
The Center for Community Service & Engagement

Olympic Stadium

Academic Programs

BA/MA Programs CAS & SPA
CAS Peer Advisors
College of Arts and Sciences
Pre-medical Programs
Education
Kogod School of Business
School of Communication
School of International Service

School of Public Affairs 
World Languages & Cultures

 

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.
     

Resources for Gold

 

General Education Program
Explore a variety of subjects.
Course Catalog
Contains a list of all programs, requirements, course descriptions and academic regulations.
Career Center
Helps you to develop career goals, decision-making skills and job search strategies needed to manage your professional pursuits.
Academic Advisor 
Facilitate the identification and achievement of your educational and professional goals.
Degree Audit Report
Available on the portal, the degree audit allows you to see what the requirements are for your major and shows you what courses you must complete to fulfill those requirements.
Academic Support and Access Center
Counselors work individually on time-management, effective reading skills, note taking, study skills, speaking in public, and more.
Counseling Center
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.
Writing Center
Assists with interpreting assignments, generating ideas, locating and sharpening thesis statements, organizing ideas and research, and more.
Math Lab 
Provides assistance to students who need help in courses from Math 150-Math 222 and Stat 202-302 (Don Myers, Room 103). In the library research commons area (M-TH, 12-4 pm) we help with Statistical Software problems.