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You are invited to join other out-of-state students for a casual meal and conversation at any of these upcoming @Home in MN events:

Out-of-State students event graphicHOW TO CHOOSE A MAJOR
Presented by the Center for Academic Planning & Exploration
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 5-6 p.m., Coffman 304

Are you unsure about what to major in at the U? Did you start with a declared major but took some classes and realized it is not a good fit? You are not alone! With over 140 different majors to choose from, declaring a major can feel overwhelming at times. Come to this interactive and fun workshop to learn more about yourself and how you can connect your interests to majors and careers. We will also show you how to utilize some great resources on campus to help you explore your options, AND you get FREE PIZZA! The search for your perfect major begins now!

CBS & CSE @HOME IN MN EVENT
(CBS & CSE students only)
Saturday, Nov. 19, 3-5 p.m., Coffman Goldy's Gameroom

The CBS Student Board is hosting a social event for first-year out-of-state students in CBS and CSE. There will be state-themed trivia and games followed by pizza and an hour of fun – bowling and billiards – in Goldy's Gameroom! Watch your email for more information!

STRENGTHENING U
Presented by Orientation & First-Year Programs
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 12-1 p.m., Coffman 324

Enjoy a free lunch with fellow classmates as you find ways to continue to use your Strengths in the classroom, group projects and in current/future engagement experiences. All levels of understanding Strengths are welcome.

Click HERE to RSVP! We look forward to seeing you soon.

 

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