The department offers advising for current FSoS undergraduates to help navigate the academic requirements of the department and university, as well as to help explore professional aspirations.
The FSoS undergraduate adviser is Pooja Brar. Her walk-in hours are posted by term on the side of this page.
If you are a current undergraduate and are interested in declaring a major in Family Social Science, please contact CEHD Student Services.
Curious about what you can do with a Family Social Science degree? Check out CEHD's Career Services page with info from our alumni on what they've done with their degrees!
Please contact Pooja Brar (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request the minor application and turn it in to 290 McNeal Hall during office hours (8:00 – 4:30 daily). If you have questions, please contact Pooja, or Dr. William Goodman (email@example.com), director of undergraduate studies.
Please include the courses you have completed, courses in progress, and planned courses on this form. Courses do not need to be completed prior to submitting this form.
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) is designed to give undergraduate students and faculty members the opportunity to work together on research, scholarly, or creative activities. UROP offers financial awards (up to $1400) twice yearly to full time undergraduates for research, scholarly, or creative projects undertaken in partnership with a faculty member. It encourages students to conduct research and pursue academic interests outside of their regular courses by employing them to work on special research projects. UROP applications are judged on both the quality of the proposed project and the educational benefit to the student; awards are not based on financial need.
The college maintains a listing of scholarships and awards for students.
The Learning Abroad Center has hundreds of programs across the globe that can enhance your undergraduate experience. FSoS undergraduates are encouraged to incorporate study abroad into their academic careers; you can still graduate in four years as long as you plan ahead! The Learning Abroad center has a website specifically for Family Social Science undergraduates to help you plan your experience abroad.
The FSoS Undergraduate Roundtable is an undergraduate student organization established to create a sense of identity within the Family Social Science department, provide networking opportunities, promote healthy relationships, provide hands on experience in community service and involvement, and encourage socialization with peers and faculty.
Each year this organization is led by FSoS juniors and seniors, but any students interested in FSoS are invited and encouraged to participate.
Check the FSoS Roundtable Events box on the side of the screen for upcoming volunteer opportunities, and meetings.