For some students, choosing a major is a no-brainer. They know exactly what they want to do in life and what major will help them get them on their way. But if you’re in the roughly 80% of students who head to college “Undecided” choosing a field of study can be overwhelming. According to Dr. Andy Grant, dean of academic services at Walsh University, students should begin researching colleges as early as their freshman year in high school. Talk to friends and family who have recently been to college and ask them about their experiences. Consider things like the size of the school, if it’s public or private, what programs and extra-curriculars are offered.
Source: Walsh University