- Gift cards to the bookstore
- Draw for a Muse, brain sensing headband
Draw for an Oculus GO VR headset
Students can pick up an event passport at the Draw Table. Each time you have a conversation with a representative at a booth, you will receive a stamp in your passport. Each stamp will earn you 1 draw ticket. The more conversations you have with different booths, the more opportunities you will have to win.
Terms and conditions:
- Must be an Arts & Science student to win
- Submit passport to registration table before leaving
Who will I meet?
Below is a list of departments/programs that will be attending:
- Archaeology & Anthropology
- Art & Art History
- Arts and Science Student Union (ASSU)
- Biomedical Sciences
- Computer Science
- Classical Medieval & Renaissance Studies
- Environmental Programs
- Geography & Planning
- Geological Sciences
- Health Studies
- Indigenous Studies
- Math & Statistics
- Physics & Engineering Physics
- Political Studies
- Regional and Urban Planning
- Religion and Culture
Other exhibitors include:
Here are a few ideas for questions you might use to start a conversation at a booth:
- If I could take just one class from your department/ program, what should it be?
- What are the main competencies I will develop if I major in your program?
- What is some exciting research that is going on within your department?
- What have been some career paths of past graduates from your program?
- Is there a co-op or internship option within your program?
- Who are some notable alumni that have gone through your program?
Degree Works Training Session
Come to Arts 241 from 2:30-3 for an in-depth training session on degree our audit system, DegreeWorks. Your degree audit can provide you with the following information:
- Your current progress toward your major;
- How your earned credits would be used if you switch majors;
- Where transfer credit is being used in your degree;
- Courses that are ineligible for use in your degree;
- Course offerings for upcoming academic sessions;
- Final grades, registration status, student number, NSID, and academic regulations specific to your degree.
An academic advisor will lead a thirty minute session in which you will learn how to use the software and understand the information it contains.