Register for classes each semester during your open Registration Window, so you do not get closed out of the courses you need. Refer to the Academic Calendar and your academic advisor for dates and time limits for dropping/adding and/or withdrawing from a course. Check your WPU email regularly as it is the primary source of communication from the University. Utilize the many available tutoring resources available on campus. Build rapport with professors every semester and identify those with interests similar to your own. Contact faculty about assisting in their research. Research WP Graduate Programs and other graduate schools starting in your junior year. Participate in campus events. Consider running for seats in the Student Government Association. Become a member of student organizations. Set up a WPJobConnect account and upload a resume. Explore interests, abilities and skills through seminars and academic courses. Talk to people in careers of particular interest and inquire about daily activity. Ensure voice mail greeting and email addresses are professional. Review social networking sites and/or personal web pages for appropriate, professional content. Begin to build a professional network. Seek out volunteer opportunities. Meet with a Financial Aid counselor. Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid annually (priority deadline is October 1st). Create a personal budget. Review and update it regularly. Take advantage of programs and workshops/services offered by the Counseling Health and Wellness Center and the Women’s Center.