Did you know students with a declared major have higher graduation and retention rates compared to undeclared freshmen? (CSU)
[well]MyMajors addresses the national crisis in college completion by providing students with a better tool for choosing the right Major, College and Careers. The free assessment software surveys academic aptitude, grades, achievement tests, course enjoyment, interests and personality and is free to students and their counselors. The National Science Foundation has awarded our program continued research and development grants to continue our mission for student success and completion.[/well]
Creating your own free account is easy
By creating your own customized account for your student, you give students access to the program, they can receive their Advisement Report, and you have admin privileges to review all your students results: www.mymajors.com/subscribe.[/well]
The webinar above explains the challenges in college and career planning and how MyMajors can be integrated to help your staff save time, resources, money and energy. By utilizing the program in your college and career curriculum, students take a 15 minute assessment and receive recommendations for a future Major, College and Career.
[blockquote source=”Connie Litzsinger, Wentzville-Holt High School“]”I love the option of being able to access the results myself in order to have more effective conversations with my students.”[/blockquote]
[blockquote source=”Kathleen Shea Smith, Ph.D., Florida State University“]”MyMajors.com is the most effective on-line assessment available for undecided college students! The recommendations are based on valid and reliable data collected on a full range of academic options. Students find MyMajors.com easy to use and highly accurate and their academic advisors rely on the results to guide their students through the most important decision they will make in college.”[/blockquote]
[blockquote source=”Joanne Kraning, UC Denver“]”If I could only have one piece of technology in our Career Center, I would probably pick MyMajors.”[/blockquote]