UST Explorer

A Blog for Undeclared Students

Month: September 2018

Mark Your Calendar: Information Fair

The annual Major Mania Fair will take place two weeks from today! Students and their family members are encouraged to stop by the Perkins Student Center on Friday, October 12 to speak with UD staff and faculty from across the campus about the many majors, minors, and certificate programs offered at UD. No registration is necessary.


Major Exploration Tips & Resources

The What-If Report is a valuable tool to assist students when they are considering a particular academic plan. This resource is provided to help you with academic planning, but using it does not take the place of professional advising. UST students are encouraged to run the report for a major they are considering and bring it with them to their regular advising appointment to review with their advisors.

Campus Resources: Career Service Center’s Diversity Initiative

The Career Services Center embraces the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence and is dedicated to ensuring that all students’ experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds are respected, recognized, and integrated into career planning. Check out these resource guides designed to assist historically underserved and underrepresented populations such as LGBQT+ students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.

Career Exploration: The Legal Profession

The Legal Professional Preparatory Program (LP3) is designed to prepare students for careers in law and related fields. This innovative program addresses two of the University’s strategic prioritieseducating the global citizen and bridging opportunity dividesThrough LP3, UD alum will interact with students, provide guidance and leadership, and serve as mentors. For more information about law-related majors and minors, contact a pre-law faculty advisor.



Campus Resources: Student Health and Wellness

Many students try to cram school, work, activities, and socializing into too few hours, giving up sleep to manage the time deficit. Without proper rest and nutrition, you are susceptible to many different health problems, and existing medical conditions may be exacerbated. Psychologist and sleep expert, Dr. Brad Wolgast, Director of UD’s Center for Student Counseling & Student Development, reports that one of the most prevalent problems among young adults is poor sleep hygiene. “Sleep hygiene” refers to a series of healthy habits that can improve your ability to fall asleep, stay asleep, and get the rest you need.

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