What are the benefits to entering college as undecided?
I was undecided when I first entered college, which led me to explore a lot of courses and find subject matters that interested me. Entering undecided allows students the time they need to explore majors, careers and themselves. An estimated 87% of American workers aren’t passionate about their careers, so it’s important for students to take time to uncover their interests and talents.
When you were in college, what resources and experiences helped you choose your major?
While in school, I changed my major five times and had a lot of different ideas of where I wanted to end up. I eventually declared a major in communication after taking a public speaking course and learning more about the program through my professor. I also chatted with professionals in the field to learn about careers I could explore. I eventually found my home in higher education administration, after exploring all sorts of career options. I still feel that I am exploring my vocation and am thankful that I was able to experience so many different paths!
Why should undecided students enroll in Mount Mary's Compass Year Program?
Compass Year is a yearlong, comprehensive program designed to provide students with opportunities for career, vocational and self-exploration. The best part is, the program is structured to help students stay on track to graduate on time!
What experiences should students look for when coming to campus?
When visiting Mount Mary's campus, be sure to speak with an Admission Counselor to learn more about our Compass Year program and ask your Student Ambassador about their experience with choosing a major. Take advantage of your time on campus and check out some of our academic spaces, such as the food science lab, fashion labs, or Marian Art Gallery. Visiting campus is a great way to picture yourself at Mount Mary and get a sneak peek into our distinct programs.
Our admissions team is here to help
The best way to get started is to get in touch. We’ll answer your questions, help you explore programs and walk you through the admissions and financial aid process.