Center for 'Undecided' Students Holds Open House

Choosing a major can be a difficult decision - so difficult, in fact, that the most popular major at UC is “undeclared.”  A new center at UC offers guidance for these students to select an academic pathway that is best for them.

Housed in Room 149, McMicken Hall, the new UC Center for Exploratory Studies will hold an open house from 1 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, May 7. The center serves undecided students throughout the university. Already, since its opening in February, more than 98 students have visited.


For more information:
Phone: Center for Exploratory Studies, (513) 556-6540
Web site: www.uc.edu/explore
E-mail: explore@uc.edu

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