Attend Student Success Programs on campus to aid in your success as a SJSU student. Topics include: Time Management,
Note Taking, Major/Career Exploration, Alcohol & Drugs, Money Management, Healthy
Living, Stress, Test Taking, and more!
Attend a Registration Readiness Workshop given by Academic Advising & Retention Services
to obtain help registering for your next semester.
If you have declared a major, set up an appointment with a Major Advisor to see which courses you should take for your major. If you still have your worksheet
from orientation, be sure to look at the classes suggested for second semester. Make
sure you prepare for your advising appointment.
Get involved with an organization on campus. It's a great way to meet fellow students
and to keep sane during the stresses of college life!
Make your way around the campus to get acclimated to the campus culture and to find
and utilize the resources available to you as a student.
If it is a spring semester, attend spring Career Fairs to search for summer jobs and
internships to gain valuable skills for future classwork and jobs.
Check out the glossary to learn more about terms you may be unfamiliar with on the
Use the catalog, Department Roadmaps, and your Degree Progress Audit to check where
you are and which requirements remain at least once a semester.
If you have been taking remedial Math and English courses, be sure to pass these courses
at the end of this semester so you can enroll in college level Math and English next
semester. For more information about Remediation at SJSU, please see the Remediation and the One Year Rule webpage and the Remediation Policy website. All questions and inquiries about Remediation go to Susan McClory, EO665 Coordinator.
Check out first year experience resources on campus.
Start thinking about which major and/or minor you have interest in. Take a trip to
the Career Center to get help choosing a major and finding a job on or off campus.