Outlining the courses for your major and minors in your undergraduate career is a great way to become motivated and stay on track. Seek advice from your advisor to help you graduate on time.

Focus on Your Academics

Meet with your faculty and conduct informational interviews about their graduate school experiences. This will not only help you learn the possibilities with graduate school, but you will start to build relationships with your faculty. 

Academics as a Strength

Keeping a high GPA shows discipline, commitment to your field and preparedness for the rigors of graduate school.

Take challenging classes and seek help from tutoring, supplemental instruction, or teaching assistants for aid in coursework.