|Vol. 17, No. 6||Oct. 9, 1997|
Faculty, staff, students and deans will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information, according to organizers Steve Sciscione, career services, and Karen Aniunas, agricultural sciences.
Last year, the first Major Mania attracted more than 500 undergraduates. This year's event, thanks to cooperation from units across the campus, will be larger and more comprehensive with more than 60 tables representing different departments, majors and other services.
It's a great opportunity for all students, but especially for those who are undeclared or are thinking about changing majors, to learn about their options, talk to faculty in whose fields they are interested and to other students who are majoring in different areas, Sciscione said. Programs that offer only minors also will be represented. In addition, the Center for Counseling and Student Development, the Career Services Center, the Academic Services Center and Special Sessions and International Programs will have staff on hand to distribute information and talk to students.