Viking Landing event to help students make sense of GURs

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 - 11:21am
Western Today staff

Viking Landing: Making the Most of Your GURs is a drop-in informational session for students to hear from academic advisers (as well as GUR faculty and upper-division students) about how to think about the GURs and strategies for choosing them.

The open house-like event will also provide information about opportunities for individual advising for next quarter.

Students are welcome to drop by between 2 and 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 7, in the Learning Commons in Wilson Library 283 (next to the Tutoring Center). Refreshments will be served, and one lucky attendee will win a gift certificate to the Associated Students Bookstore.

Sponsored by the Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education, the Committee on Undergraduate Education, and Academic Advising. For more information, contact Shevell Thibou at

GUR faculty: Please consider attending the event as an opportunity to provide participating students with advice on the GURs. Faculty interested in attending can sign up for a time slot based on their availability.