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Download the change of major form (PDF). It’s technically called the Program/Major/Minor/Advisor Declaration Form
If you are undeclared, meet with Eric Anderson and get his signature on the form, then take it to Liz Cook in 117 Troutman. She will take care of everything from there. If you have declared a major, and are changing your major, you need to get signatures from the new Department Head and from the Dean (if you’re changing schools). You will also need to take this form to the Registrar’s office in Yochum Hall.
If you are undeclared, an advisor will typically be selected for you.
If you have declared a major, and are changing your major, ask the department chair when s/he signs your form if you can select an advisor or if one will be assigned to you. If you can select an advisor then think back to a course you took in the major which you especially enjoyed. Approach that professor and ask if s/he would be willing to be your advisor. If you have not yet taken a course in that major, ask upper-class students who they recommend as an advisor, or ask the department chair for suggestions. Once you have an advisor within your major make an appointment, just to get to know him or her and orient yourself within the new major.
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