Your Online Advising Guide

Your Online Advising How-to Guide Yesterday, Southeastern officially announced that face-to-face classes will transition to online/remote delivery formats starting on Wednesday, March 18. Students who reside on campus are encouraged to return home, and several upcoming events have been cancelled. Read more about the updates here: http://www.southeastern.edu/about/safe_campus/covid-19/  What does this mean for Summer and Fall
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Networking 101

It’s not just about what you know, but who you know. Connecting meaningfully with the right people can help solidify your foot in the door.

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Your Senior Colloquium Survival Guide

The worst of 498 is over. After sacrificing a dozen Scantron Bs to the IRB gods for approval and passing COMPS, you turned in your thesis. Bravo. Now the only thing standing in your way of your Communication B.A. is the senior colloquium (and your other classes, but that’s beside the point). I’m not writing
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What’s Up with 498?

“So, like, I don’t have to write a super long paper anymore in 498?!” This question has tumbled out of the mouths of Comm Lions for the past year. The prospect of the department no longer requiring the formidable senior thesis has rattled DVIC occupants more than the latest Kardashian scandal. With Priority Registration Week
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How to Be a BOSS Intern

B.A. in Communication = yes! B.A. in Communication + real-world experiences + professional relationships + employable skills = yaaaassssss! To retrieve the product of the latter equation, you need to intern. An internship will allow you to apply the lessons you’ve learned in the classroom to a professional setting and hopefully gain a ton of
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The Pep Talk Every Comm Major Needs to Hear

You’re a senior on the brink of graduation feeling apprehensive about what comes next. Or maybe you’re a junior who has made significant progress in your degree plan, but you’re lacking real-world experience. Are you a sophomore who is interested in communication but unsure of what focus area to pursue?  Or are you freshman feeling
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