3 Questions Every Student Should Ask

New students and current students have a lot on their plates. There is a lot of information to be known and much of it is not presented to you unless you specifically ask the right people. You should always feel free to contact your professors with any questions you might having regarding classes or the school. If they do not provide you with the information you are looking for, you should move on to the administration. They are the ones who should know the ins and outs of the school and provide you with the answers you are looking for. The following will give you some ideas as to the questions you should be asking before proceeding with developing your class schedule and activities.
 

1. Will the curriculum change? – Schools can change the curriculums to any of the majors they feel necessary. By asking this question you will be aware of the changes that are about to happen or are in the works. This can help you avoid taking a class you won’t need or will open up more opportunities for more interesting classes.
 

2. What are the schools accreditations? – Knowing where your school stands with accreditations is important. You want to know what the school is excelling in as well as what groups it belongs to. If your school has nothing to its name, you might want to consider looking elsewhere for your education. Accreditations should be known before you begin going to a school, but this area can sometimes slip students’ minds.
 

3. How can I become more involved in my major? –You should always know what is going on in your field of study. There might be events being held or planned that you could help with. Showing your face at events that area associates with your major is a great way to get your name out there. Professors will be more likely to recognize you and you never know who you might meet. Try to get as involved as your schedule allows with events and meetings that pertain to you. You can never be too involved or know too much about what is going on.
 

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