Learn about academic majors, minors at fair in Williams Center

Roger Coda
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Students are invited to explore academic majors, minors and other opportunities offered at SUNY Fredonia at the Major and Minor Fair in the Williams Center Multipurpose Room on Wednesday, March 23, from noon to 3 p.m.

Faculty and advisors from academic departments will be available at this tabling event to help inform all students – whether they have declared a major or not – about major/minor options.

Tools to find the right major will be offered and the benefits of adding a minor will be outlined. Prizes will also be awarded. The fair is free.

“Explore all of Fredonia's academic offerings and enhance your academic experience through additional programs and opportunities,” said David Phillips, an academic advisor at Academic Advising Services.

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