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Open Advising November 4th & 5th

Join us for Open Advising.  Come see an advisor to plan your spring semester.
 
Advisors in the Department of Political Science will be available on
 
Monday, November 4
9:00 to 4:00
 
Tuesday, November 5
9:00 to 2:30
 
Just walk into the Department of Political Science
Third Floor Grise Hall
 
Come prepared for your advising session –
 
What do you need to bring to your session?
ü  Check out TopNet and write down courses of interest
ü  Check your iCAP report for courses you need to take
ü  Check to see what General Education courses you still need
ü  List of courses do you need in the major or minor
ü  Questions about a low GPA
ü  Concerns about your progress in a class this semester
ü  Any other academic or career concerns
 
A good resource for students is the Four-Year Degree Paths website at http://www.wku.edu/degreepaths/.  The purpose of the Four-Year Degree Paths is to assist undergraduate students in determining a timeline for completion of their undergraduate degree program.  Each path displayed within this website provides students with a suggested sequence in which a degree would typically be completed in a timely fashion at Western Kentucky University. Of course, each Degree Path serves as a guideline and may be altered based upon each individual student’s academic interests and career goals.
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Information Session for The Washington Center

Join us September 29th in Grise Hall room 337 to learn more about the internships offered through The Washington Center.

See the latest IBM Center for The Business of Government Report

The IBM Center for The Business of Government publishes new report on participatory budgeting by Dr. Victoria Gordon.

Constitution Week

Monday September the 15th begins Constitution Week here at WKU. The Political Science Department has partnered with a few other departments on campus to bring you a week full of events aiming to help students become more engaged citizens.

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Information Session for The Washington Center

Join us September 29th in Grise Hall room 337 to learn more about the internships offered through The Washington Center.

See the latest IBM Center for The Business of Government Report

The IBM Center for The Business of Government publishes new report on participatory budgeting by Dr. Victoria Gordon.

Constitution Week

Monday September the 15th begins Constitution Week here at WKU. The Political Science Department has partnered with a few other departments on campus to bring you a week full of events aiming to help students become more engaged citizens.

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