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 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.