Header 1Changing Your Major Post 1There are many reasons for changing your major:You may have discovered a new interest and career fieldYour grades may not be what are required in your current majorThe classes you're required to take are different from what you expectedYour career goals may be changing as you decide about the kind of personal and professional life you'd like to haveSteps to Help You:Visit Career Planning, in the Oiler Success Center, Old Main 122 for individual, confidential help looking at your optionsLearn everything you can about the new major/s you're considering- read the program webpages, meet with program faculty and talk to upperclassmen in the program Talk to friends in the majors that interest you When You're Ready to Change Your Major:Stop by the Registrar's Office or the Oiler Success Center to pick-up a Change of Major/Advisor FormMeet with your new advisor and complete the Change of major/Advisor Form. If you need to identify a new advisory, Career Planning in the Oiler Success Center can help you with thatReturn the signed form to the Registrar's Office Other Things to Consider Before you Switch:Understand the requirements for your current major and the career paths it will prepare you forDiscuss your concerns with Jan Taylor, Director of Career Planning, in the Oiler Success CenterUnderstand the requirements for your new major and the career paths it will prepare you forTalk to the Office of Financial Aid, Old Main, first floor, if you are receiving any type of scholarship related to your major Sometimes there are other issues:If poor study skills are pulling down your grades, visit the Academic Support Center (ground floor of Old Main). 419-434-5671 or ext. 5671If personal concerns keep you from focusing on school, visit the Counseling Center at 307 Frazer St., 419-434-4526 or ext. 4526.