As a senior, you still have many academic opportunities to explore. Take your learning to the next level, with a capstone course in your major, an undergraduate research project, or other opportunities to put your classroom learning into practice. Use an elective to explore a new subject area. Refine your goals by taking LA&S 492 Job Search Strategies.
- Students interested in completing an undergraduate research project should consider applying for an undergraduate research funding award.
- Students completing undergraduate research should consider presenting their research at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium or publishing their work in the Journal of Undergraduate Research.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by 151 Strong Hall for more information.
- Students looking to add a great experience to their resume should speak with an academic advisor about completing a certificate program—or more than one!
- Students with questions about the certificate programs can find information at Certifications in Experiential Learning or stop by 151 Strong Hall.
Visit the KU Writing Center
- Even if you have done very little writing thus far in your academic career, as a senior you may be writing a thesis, a paper for a capstone course, graduate school applications, resumes and CVs, and application letters for employment. For any of these projects, the KU Writing Center can provide feedback and support.
- We've been working with seniors just like you for the past 15 years, and we know what it takes to graduate and to take the next step in your life journey.