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PDC Advising Team Workshops

PDC Advising Team Workshops and Info Sessions

Academic Advising

At this time, all workshops from the PDC Academic Advising Team have concluded. Recordings of each workshop can be found by selecting a title below.

Note: before watching any of the recordings, you will be prompted to provide your student information through the zoom registration system.


  • Career and Major Exploration

    • This workshop will provide strategies, tips, tools, and steps to follow in order to find a major that best fits you! We’ll go over the myths and facts surrounding choosing the “right” major and what it means for your current and long-term success. You will also learn about the career center resources available to you and what you can start doing now to land an internship or job!

  • Grad Check

    • Seniors, you are only a semester or two away from finishing your degree requirements. Are you prepared to file a grad check? Need some answers to any of the following questions:

      • How do I file a grad check?

      • What’s the difference between graduation and commencement?

      • When and how do I register for commencement?

      • How do I know if I am on track for graduation?

      • What options do I have post-graduation? 

    • Find out all these answers and more by attending a Grad Check Workshop! 

  • PAWS Report

    • Become a PAWS Report expert by attending this workshop! You’ll learn how to understand and best utilize this advising tool to guarantee you are taking the correct courses, meeting degree requirements, and staying on track for graduation

  • PAWS for Liberal Studies

    • This is a PAWS Report workshop designed especially for Liberal Studies majors. Peer Advisors for Liberal Studies (PALS) will guide you through your degree requirements, provide course recommendations, and review the LBST revolving roadmaps. 

  • Prepare to Register

    • Join the Academic Advisors and Student Success Peer Advisors as they guide you through the recommended steps in building a schedule for Spring 2021 and beyond. This workshop will also cover the enrollment process, roadmaps, holds and to-do lists, and what to do if you run into any issues when registering for classes.

  • IG Live with the Advising Team

 

Career Center


The Career Center Career conducts two workshop series to help students with various career & professional development topics such as resume/cover letter writing, graduate school preparation, networking, job and internship search, major/career exploration and career planning. Please click on any of the series sessions below for more information.

 

Financial Aid


Virtual 2020-2021 FAFSA Workshops

 

Graduate and Credential Program Admissions


Information Sessions are designed to be informative and provide a comprehensive overview of the programs. It is very important that you attend one of these meetings as we will be handing out a packet of documents and materials you will need for admission to the program. There will be time for you to ask questions and meet your fellow future teachers.

 Information Sessions:

  • Single Subject Credential Information Sessions 

  • Multiple Subject Credential Information Sessions

  • Multiple Subject Integrated Track Information Session

  • Special Education Credential Information Sessions

  • Master's in Education, Instructional Technology Information Sessions

  • M.A. in Educational Administration / Admin. Credential Information Sessions

  • Master’s in Education, TESOL Information Sessions

  • Doctoral Program Information Sessions

For more information and to register for an information session, visit the PDC Prospective Student page