Resources For Exploration

Prior to your appointment with an Exploratory advisor, please spend time completing exploring activities. While not an exhaustive list, here are a few ways to get started on self, major, and career exploration:

Guide to Decide: a complete exploration guide from self to major to career exploration
Print the guide, complete pages 2-9, and bring it with you to your advising appointment.

is an on-line assessment that gathers your subject interests and previous successes, and matches these with specific FSU majors that correspond with your profile

is a self-assessment tool that helps students examine key motivators and match work-related values, interests, and skills to educational and career pathways. The password is “seminoles.”

For a full listing of self-exploration resources, please click here.

Access the Academic Program Guide ( as a starting place for major research. Develop a list of pros and cons for the top choices and discuss these with your advisor. For a full listing of major-exploration resources, please click here.

Match-Major Sheets ( identify occupations that relate to specific majors. For a full listing of career-exploration resources, please click here.

Career Center Advising The Career Center at FSU provides both individual career advising and counseling to all FSU students, alumni, and members of the Tallahassee community completely free of charge.