WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO DECLARE A MAJOR?
|Pending Student Support and Success mandates by Glendale Community College, all new non-exempt college students who wish to maintain their enrollment priority will be required to declare a course of study (major) by the time they complete 15 degree-applicable units or their third semester.|
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I CAN'T DECIDE ON A MAJOR?
If you are uncertain about or not fully committed to your academic major, sign up for an Undecided / Undeclared Major / Career workshop as the first step in making an informed decision about your course of study and career goal.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
The workshop is required for all undecided students and serves as a gateway to an appointment with a Career Counselor. Review the Career Center Steps to Success section at: http://www.glendale.edu/index.aspx?page=2121
WHO CAN ATTEND?
|These workshops are available by reservation to currently enrolled students only and are limited to 12 participants per workshop.|
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Undecided workshops are offered throughout the academic year. To access the schedule and register, log into MyGCC | Main Menu | Workshops | Career Workshops. For additional workshop information, including their location, visit the Career Center Events page at: http://www.glendale.edu/index.aspx?page=2127.
WHAT ARE MY OTHER OPTIONS?
|Your other option would be to enroll in either ST DV 125 <Career Planning> or ST DV 145 <Academic and Career Success> class. Both classes address career decision-making strategies and enable students to develop a tentative career plan.|
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE DECIDED ON A MAJOR?
|If you have decided on a major, make sure to meet with an Academic Counselor to develop or update your Student Educational Plan (SEP). Completing a SEP will help you safeguard your access to priority registration as well.|