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Intra-University Transfer Fair Supports Evolving Student Success Goals
Connecting coursework to career goals is a major pillar of the student experience. Each student’s unique definition of success may evolve throughout time on campus and students may find themselves thinking of changing career goals, transferring to another Syracuse University school or college, switching majors, or exploring a minor and are unsure where to begin.
“The IUT Fair is a great opportunity for students to explore the many academic programs that Syracuse University offers. Even if a student is not interested in changing their major, they can learn about minor programs and opportunities for double-majors,” says Chris E. Johnson, associate provost for academic affairs.
Fall 2022 Intra-University Transfer (IUT) Fair
Supporting student success is the IUT Fair, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2-5 p.m., Bird Library, Miron Learning Commons, First Floor. During this event, all undergraduate students are encouraged to meet with school, college and career representatives, to learn about deadlines, requirements and more.
“When connecting with advisors, faculty and staff, students are encouraged to be proactive and open about academic and post-graduation career goals,” says Kal Srinivas, Ph.D., director of student retention and success. “The campus community is here to help students define their unique meaning of success, organize goals and ultimately achieve them.”
Attending will support students in answering the following questions and more:
- How do I transfer to another Syracuse University school or college?
- How do I switch a major and/or double major?
- How do I add a minor?
- I know my post-graduation career goals, but what academic steps are needed to achieve them?
- If I switch to a different major and/or add a minor, how does that impact my post-graduation goals?