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Academic College Kick-Off Events

Friday, January 15 at 1pm, each college will have their Academic College Kick-off Events. Get connected with faculty, staff, and current students, learn about clubs and opportunities, and build community with your peers.

*For students who are a part of the Carson College of Business, your academic college kick-off event is required to attend as part of your major. There is no pre-registration for the Carson College of Business Events.

**The College of Veterinary Medicine event is for students interested in Biochemistry, Genetics and Cell Biology, Microbiology, and Neuroscience. Pre-Veterinary students should attend the session of their major of choice, then visit the Health Professions Student Center’s ACK below.

Title
Carson College of Business
College of Agriculture, Human & Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS)
College of Education - Athletic Training
College of Education - Sports Management
College of Education - Kinesiology/Sport Science
College of Education - Teacher Education & Elementary Education
College of Veterinary Medicine**
Murrow College of Communications
Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture
College of Arts & Sciences
Health Professions Student Center: Pre-Nursing, Pre-Speech & Hearing Sciences, and Pre-Nutrition & Exercise Physiology 2+2 Mythbusters (1pm- 2pm)
Health Professions Student Center: 2pm-3pm

 

Wait…Where do I go?

Unsure of which Academic College Kick-off is for you? Check out this list of majors that has their department and college listed to help you make the right choice for you and your goals.

List of Majors, Departments, and Colleges

Special Notes:

  • Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician’s Assistant, and Pre-Veterinary Medicine are not majors, but instead, tracks students follow alongside their major requirements.┬áStudents can major in anything and still go onto a professional program. These students should choose the major that most interests them (and the one they will be the most successful in).