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First Year Advising Center
121 North Foundation Hall
2200 N. Squirrel Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4401 (map)
(248) 370-3227

Orientation & New Student Programs
105 North Foundation Hall
2200 N. Squirrel Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4401 (map)
(248) 370-GOLD

First Year Advising Center Workshops

There are many programs and events offered by the First Year Advising Center and a variety of campus offices and resources. Topics covered in the workshops include: time management, study skills and tips, preparation for your future career, a relaxing techniques.

Click on a heading below to view details for events including dates, times and locations.

School of Business Administration 

2014 Business Major & Minor Expo

Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Gold Rooms, Oakland Center

Find out how a major or minor in business can differentiate you in today’s competitive job market.

At this event, you’ll:

  • Discover major programs
  • Learn about minors that complement business and non-business majors
  • Explore career opportunities
  • Meet faculty and industry experts
  • Make professional connections
Open to all students!

Business Major Decision Workshop

Wednesday 10/22 in EH 200C
Thursday 11/20 in EH 200C
Wednesday 12/3 in EH 200C

All sessions are held from noon - 1 p.m.
(Reservations are not required. Please choose one session to attend)

Students interested in business are invited to attend and learn about different business majors, the business curriculum, student organizations, study abroad and other SBA engagement opportunities.

Although reservations are not required, students who email Adam McChesney at with their name and desired workshop date will start the workshop with a completed checklist illustrating how their previous credits and current schedule can apply toward a business degree.

School of Education and Human Services

Secondary Education Day

Thursday, November 19, 2014, 2pm-4pm
Oakland Center Banquet Room B

Ever thought about teaching high school? STOP THINKING, START LEARNING.
At Secondary Education Day you can learn about the profession of teaching and the training it takes to get there. Talk to advisors, faculty members and current students about the Secondary Teacher Education Program (STEP). For more information, contact:

Click here to register.