Declaration Day is an opportunity for students who have recently declared their major – or who have not yet formally declared but have an intention of declaring a major – to be officially welcomed into their fields of study by their faculty and classmates.
March 4, 2014 Schedule:
Students who have declared their majors or have a major they want to declare this academic year meet with faculty and students in the major, officially sign the book for the major, and hear about upcoming activities:
Campus-wide picnic on the Academic Quad for All Students
Featured performers: Phil ‘N’ the Blanks
FOR THOSE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT YET DECLARED THEIR MAJOR......
Between now and March 4, 2014:
|•||Talk to your advisor about your interests and your plans after you graduate from Schreiner|
|•||Talk to faculty in your major field of interest so that you understand what the requirements of the program are and if they match your expectations.|
If you need assistance in setting up an appointment with a faculty member in your major field of interest, contact the administrative assistants for each of the schools:
School of Liberal Arts
Ms. Breanna Nidever, (830) 792-7392, firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Professional Studies
Ms. Sylvia Coday, (830) 792-7376, email@example.com
School of Sciences and Mathematics
Ms. Paula Repka, (830) 792-7438, firstname.lastname@example.org
|•||Develop a degree plan on AgileGrad and send it to your advisor (listed on AgileGrad) for review or to a faculty member in the major you want to declare|
|•||Complete the Career Assessment Tool|
|•||Review the Four-Year Career Plan|
|•||Declare a major|
Begin the paperwork in the Registrar’s office, located on the top floor of the Tom Murray building, or in the Student Services suite, located on the second floor of the Cailloux Campus Activity Center.
NOTE: Education majors and Nursing majors should “declare” with other students but they are not accepted into the program until after the sophomore year following a separate application process. Declaration of major does not guarantee acceptance into the program.