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October 25, 2012
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As one of our colleagues likes to say, adults have backup plans. We live in a rapidly changing world where even all the best planning and preparation may not ensure we get everything we desire, and where new opportunities are created every day. If you're ready to take a look around, consider meeting with your academic adviser, attending the Major Fair, completing the online Career Assessments, even consulting O*Net for career information. If nothing else, the view is better when your head is out of the sand.
October 5, 2012
In the mudder that is your college career, you are going to encounter tons of obstacles and opportunities. In the semester-long lap, we are now at the four-week mark, and you should be shifting from “just beginning” to “picking up the pace” as exams and papers are coming due.
…passed calculus the first time! - Dean Bruning
And the Number 1 answer, given by nine of the SAS advising deans:
Remember, it’s a long race and you don’t want to miss anything. Take time to consider your opportunities and obstacles, and plan to take advantage of all that Rutgers has to offer!
(Thanks to Minna & Kenny, proud Scarlet Knights, for use of their pics!)