Exploratory Studies On-Campus Resources

There are many offices on campus that can help you to explore your academic options and interests.

Career and Professional Success—Learning about career options can help guide you in choosing a major. Career and Professional Success has a variety of opportunities to explore career paths and gain important internship experience.

Center for Faith and Vocation—A great way to figure out what you want to do with your life is to think about your purpose and what is important to you. The Center for Faith and Vocation is an excellent place to help you discern questions of meaning, purpose, and contribution.

Center for Global Education (Study Abroad)—Studying abroad is a unique experience that allows you to expand your horizons and learn about yourself and the world around you. It’s a great way to discover new interests and develop your strengths and skills.

Engaged Learning Center —This office is in charge of pre-professional advising (e.g., pre-law, pre-health, etc.), the Honors program, Washington, DC Program, and undergraduate research. These are all wonderful ways to gain valuable experiences that will help explore your academic interests.

Volunteer Center—Butler encourages community involvement. Volunteering for organizations and causes you care about can open the door to a meaningful career path and major.

Student Involvement and Leadership—Are you looking to participate in groups, clubs or other organizations on campus? Getting involved in a variety of ways on campus may lead you to interests you didn’t know you had.