Senior Audit Night
Find out where you stand regarding graduation requirements, how your major and minor requirements are going, and have your questions answered about graduation or Senior Reduced Status. Drop in to Academic Services, and have one of the Academic Advisors go over your Degree Progress Report with you.
It only takes about 10 minutes - and it can save you hours of worry!
Welcome to Your Senior Year at Brandeis University!
The senior year is often the busiest year, but also the most exciting, as students are completing their majors, writing theses, getting a taste of the working world via internships or student teaching, and applying to graduate schools or looking for jobs.
Some things to think about as a senior:
- Check your Sage Progress Report (found under “academics”) for accuracy and to see which graduation requirements remain to be completed. Make your course selections accordingly.
- Think about what you want to do after graduation. Do you want to look for a job or apply directly to graduate or professional school? Maybe you would like to take some time off and travel, or do volunteer work. Whatever decision you make, a significant part of your time this year will be devoted to preparing for “life after Brandeis.” Your decision may also affect which courses you choose or how heavy of a course load you take each semester.
- Networking is an important factor in most successful job searches and the Hiatt Career Center is a “must visit” for assistance with resume preparation and the job search itself. They can also help to connect you with Brandeis alumni in your chosen field who may be helpful to you in your job search.
- Your faculty advisor is an invaluable contact for information about graduate programs in your major field.
We wish you much success this year!
Office of Academic Services