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Help With Choosing a Major: Resources and Visit Days

Thursday, August 17, 2023

Girls working on mannequin at nursing campIs your student working through choosing a major? At Cedarville, we are committed to coming alongside undecided students (also known as "exploratory students") and helping them with this important decision. Our Career Services office offers several free resources to help students select a major, including a MyPlan assessment.

Another great option that can help is attending an Academic Preview Day, and the first one of the year is coming up next month.

If your student is interested in pursuing a healthcare-related major in college, don't miss Cedarville's Healthcare Exploration Day on September 15, 2023.

This event is designed for students who knows exactly what they want to do AND students who think healthcare sounds interesting but want to know more about the available career options (which are many)!

At Healthcare Exploration Day, students will hear an overview of all of Cedarville's healthcare-related programs, and then they'll get to choose two programs to explore more deeply, including hearing from faculty members and touring facilities.

The following Cedarville programs will be featured at Healthcare Exploration Day:

  • Allied Health
  • Athletic Training
  • EMT
  • Nursing 
  • PA program
  • Pharmacy
  • Sci & Math (pre-med)
  • Social Work

Along with exploring healthcare programs, students will tour campus and attend chapel to get a taste of our vibrant community.

This event, including lunch, is free, but registration is required so we may plan for you.

If your student is considering a healthcare field, we hope to see your family at Healthcare Exploration Day!

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