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Major Exploration Tools

Major Quest - Start your Canvas journey of finding a major. Work through different activities and modules to help you understand your interests and see your major options.

Focus areas - Using focus areas, partner with your Exploratory Advisor to co-design a plan that will help you.

Meet with a Major Advisor - Learn more in depth information about majors of interest and the requirements to declare a major.

Degree Finder - For students exploring major options, your search begins here.

Conversational Space-Maker - Meet with a trained student-expert on exploring your values, goals, conflicts, and difficult decisions.

Career Exploration Tools

Career Design Center – Learn about tools and services to plan your career.

Focus Assessment – Utilize the self-paced career guideance tool.

Occupational Outlook Handbook – Obtain career information such as educational requirements, salary and industry demand.

O*Net Online – Match your interests with potential career paths.

Hiration – Resume Builder Tool. This advanced, AI powered platform can help you create a strong resume and give you excellent feedback. 

Meet with a Career Coach

Learn more about career options and career assessments. Call 435-797-7777 or go to University Inn room 102 to schedule an appointment.

Major Exploration Appointments

Meet with an Undeclared/Exploratory Advisor

Schedule an appointment to meet with a professional academic advisor who will guide you through the major exploration process.

Meet with a Major Advisor

If you are declared or know what major you would like to pursue, you can find your advisor’s contact information using Find My Advisor.

Meet with a Peer Advisor

Schedule an appointment with a fellow student who can help you get involved in clubs, find ways to improve your college experience, and answer questions about student life.

Course Planning Tools

GPA Calculator - Estimation

  • Calculates a student's Overall GPA and hours/credits, including repeat courses, using requester provided data.
  • Calculates a student's desired Overall GPA and hours/credits. Also used to determine various hours/credits and grades needed to raise GPA to a 2.0 or higher.
  • Calculates a student's GPA for a group of courses such as majors or minors.

Degree Works

  • Review what courses you have completed, as well as the requirements you have yet to complete.
  • Plan ahead for the upcoming semester by using the Plan function to outline the courses you will take.
  • Get an overview of what courses you will need for a specific major by using the What-If function.