Resources for Current Students
Belong in Family Social Science
It is our goal to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment that supports your academic and personal success. If you are unable to find the resource or information you need, please contact us at email@example.com.
Curious about what you can do with a Family Social Science undergraduate or graduate degree? Check out "What can you do with a degree in Family Social Science" that lists career paths, or visit "Family Social Science Faces" to read alumni stories.
Undergraduate academic advising
We are here to help you navigate academic requirements and explore professional aspirations.
Margaret Kelly, director of undergraduate studies, is responsible for the direction of the FSOS undergraduate curriculum and can help you progress towards your degree. Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a current or prospective MA, MA/PhD and PhD student, the online Family Social Science Graduate Handbook is your guide to your graduate education.
If you are a current or prospective Parent and Family Education Program student, the Parent and Family Education Program Manual holds important information about licensure, online coursework, tuition and financial aid, and more.
To register for courses, visit the University's One Stop.
Learn how FSOS can support financing your graduate education on our Department assistantships, fellowships, and travel funds page. You will also find directions and links to college and university funding opportunities there.
FSOS graduate handbooks and program manuals from past years are linked at the Forms & Handbooks page.
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More undergraduate student resources
Declare a major in FSOS
If you are a current undergraduate and are interested in declaring a major in Family Social Science, please contact CEHD Student Services.
The Forms & Handbooks page has the contract for independent study and FSOS minor application forms and directions.
Declare a minor in FSOS
Undergraduate minor applications are available on the forms page. 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 it. Email your completed form to Margaret Kelly, director of undergraduate studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research and scholarship opportunities
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) is designed to give undergraduate students and faculty members the opportunity to collaborate on research, scholarly, or creative activities by offering financial awards (up to $1,400) twice yearly to full-time undergraduates. 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 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.
The FSOS Undergraduate Roundtable is an undergraduate student organization established to create community within the 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, however any student interested in the Department is welcome.