Undergraduate students study and practice mathematical equations in the Newell J. Smith Residence Hall. Photo by Jeff Miller, University Communications
Your Second Year
Sophomore year is the time students should be exploring different academic options available to them.
You should be working closely with your academic advisor to make sure your course load is appropriate and balanced. This is also the time you should be thinking about how your courses for the next two semesters fit into your overall academic and career goals.
Here are some resources that may be helpful in planning for your future success:
- Career Advising (Cross-College Advising Services)
- Course Guide
- Majors & Certificate Program Information
- Study Abroad Opportunities
- Transfer Student Transition Program
- Undergraduate Catalog