The second year of college is an interesting time in the undergraduate experience. You have transitioned to college life and are enjoying the academic experiences and being on campus. Now, you're ready to declare a major and develop a plan for your final three years of college. The Second Year Experience aims to meet the unique needs of second year students. We want to support the development of your academic and career plans, and provide you with life skills for both academic success on campus and professional success in internships, placements, and after graduation. We aim to connect you with the resources on campus that can help make that happen! You can get involved in Sophomore Council to suggest programming and organize events for fellow second year students, you can apply to be a Peer Mentor for incoming freshmen, or you can reach out for information on scholarships, jobs, professional skills building, study abroad, and much more that is available throughout campus. For more information or to get involved with creating a memorable Second Year Experience, contact Sherill Anderson: email@example.com.
For many students, the second year of college presents unique challenges including formulating major and career goals, defining individual purpose, and developing meaningful relationships with peers and faculty.
Students who participate in the SYE program have an opportunity to:
These are just a few of the things they can do as they continue on their path to graduation.
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