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We know that choosing or changing a college major is an important process that deserves time and exploration. According to USA Today in 2015, 80 percent of college students change their major at least once, so if you are questioning what path might be best for you, realize you’re not alone. There are many people at UT who can help you make this important decision.

The University of Tampa has a variety of resources to help design an academic path to your success. The Academic Exploration Program within the Academic Success Center provides support to students who are questioning what major to choose, considering changing majors or looking for ways to maximize their overall educational experience through major, minor and course choices. The Academic Exploration staff understand this process is unique to each student, so if you have any questions, please email exploration@ut.edu, call (813) 257-5757 or make an appointment online. For more information see Academic Exploration Frequently Asked Questions.

About Academic Exploration

About Academic Exploration

Assistance is available to all UT undergraduate students at any stage in the decision-making process.

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Explore Resources

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UT offers a variety of resources for students to explore, get assistance and maximize their academic experience.

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Where to Start

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What classes have you liked or not liked? What areas of interest stand out in your life?

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Exploration Events

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Events and workshops to connect to students at all points in their exploration process.

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Campus Services

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Beyond the Academic Exploration resources, the following services complement the decision-making process for students.

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Major Myths

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Many students begin the exploration process with some misconceptions about how to choose a major and the impact it will have on their future.

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