What to Expect: March-April
Spring break comes and goes and students start looking forward to the summer, all in the midst of another set of midterms. Students will think about what classes they want and need to take next year, as they will be enrolling for summer and/or fall classes, and some may still be asking “What IS my major?”. Your student may be deciding to transfer or withdraw from Concordia.
Advice for Parents and Families
With a year under your student’s belt, this is a good time to check in about any changes that should be made for their success academically. Encourage your student to take advantage of the Academic Advising Office and Career Center to discuss majors that suit their interests.
If your student wishes to transfer, inquire the reasons and discuss possible solutions to see if there are specific strategies your student can use to succeed at Concordia. Is it primarily because your student is homesick? Has he/she put effort in connecting with Concordia? Contact the Office of First-Year Experience regarding your student’s possible concerns so that the University can work with your student.