Topic: Getting involved

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Four Ways to Maximize Your Time Outside Class

Meet Patrick, a public management and policy major who shares his advice for making the most of your college experience.

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Undecided? Unsure? It’s Not Unusual.

If you’ve found yourself saying, “I don’t know what I want to do with my life!” You’re not alone. Discover how Arizona helps you find your place – and might even change your mind.

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How to Design Your Dream Job

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? More importantly: How did you get there? Explore creative combinations of majors, internships, clubs, and more that put you on the path to the future career you want.

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DITL of a Wildcat: Greek Edition

Meet Molly Krantz, president of the Panhellenic Executive Board, as she shares a day in her life as a Greek student.

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Preparing for College: A Checklist for High School Juniors

Now is a great time to transform your aspirations into action by making a plan. Here are four steps you can take right now to get ready for college.

Rhiannon, hands on hips.

One Wildcat’s Dream to Bring Healthcare to Medical Deserts

Rhiannon Olivarez-Kidwell is a Wildcat from California who plans to use medicine to give back to the community where she grew up.

Student Stories: Upperclassmen Advice from Tiyee

Student Advice From a Film & Television Major

Meet new friends, grow your network, and gain career experience – Tiyee is ready to show you how it’s done.

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Danna’s Tips for Success: Real Wildcats, Real Advice

Looking for advice for a successful transition to Arizona? These Wildcats were once in your shoes. Now that they’re about to graduate, they have some words of wisdom to share.

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Nadira Sage Mitchell: Native American, Conservationist, Wildcat

Nadira is reaching out and speaking out on behalf of the people and wildlife that call the tribal lands of the Southwest home.