Meet Himani and Learn About Switching Majors
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Hominy? Uh, there's my friends here in Campion, eh? So she's going to tell you about kind of where she's from. What's your major and who she is? Hi. Um, I'm money. I live about an hour and a half south of Chicago in Orland Park. It's very small, but I I am a sociology major here loyal and I originally started off as a sociology and decide major. Um, well, now I'm a sociology, a major policy, I minor and studio. So when you were changing your major, how how is that process coming in? It's like allows soon's often feel like you need to have a specific major and stick with it. How is the process for you? Just kind of emotionally being like I'm gonna switch from this to this and also suppressed in general, toe like through the system. In that sense, uh, well, it's actually really not that difficult. Really? Because it was just I want Teo focus on what I really wanted out of college, and I think that it's completely fine not to know at first. Um, at least for me, it was a very simple process with my advisor to instruct me the entire way through on how to change my major how to include miners. They don't expect you to know which is the brilliant part about it is that you don't. I know exactly what you want to do when you walk in um, that really help me when I was changing what I wanted to do and adding miners and, um, I think it's really helpful, um, of the advisors because they really stepped in when I didn't know what was doing to kind of that often that it's like, especially you will need to know what you're doing there. Several students that come in undecided, and that's totally that's not frowned upon or anything like that. When you come in undecided, you take courses from several different areas to have get a sense of exploring your own interests and seeing is there something you want to pursue? Where is this something, Dad? Kind of his aside interest. You get kind of like, um, a variety of classes, and it's really helpful because if you don't know what you're doing and what you wanted to do, you have kind of a variety of things you contest out. If you don't know, that's completely fine. If you do know that's complete, find two people change your major all the time. It's not something to be hesitant about or be scared to do.