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Discover the Majors

5-day event series

Discover the Majors from January 23 to 27, 2023

Description: Discover the Majors is an annual event (formerly known as Wheel of Majors) to help our Business Management and Accounting and Finance students get more familiar with the Ted Roges School of Management majors, as they start to feel more confident in what major to declare. This 5-day event series from Jan. 23 - 27 also exposes students to the TRSM minors. Students will hear from upper-year students and the course unions, faculty, and staff from Student Advising and the Business Career Hub. This event is open to all TRSM students. Ready to discover your major?

Additional resources

You can access the recordings below of past presentations. Please ensure you use your school email to get access to all event recordings and slide decks.

Student in-person support 

Below are some of the main in-person supports for all Ted Rogers School students and where they are located within our TRSM building at 55 Dundas Street West:

In-Person TRSM Support  Office Location
Business Career Hub (opens in new window)  (BCH) has a hybrid model offering both in-person and online (external link)  appointments for career and co-op support. They also offer in-person drop-ins from Monday to Friday between 12 - 4 p.m. EDT. TRS 2-148 (8th floor)
Student Advising (opens in new window)  - which is part of the Program Advising and Student Success (PASS) (opens in new window)  will continue with online appointments and also offer in-person drop-ins for academic support from Monday to Friday between 12 - 4 p.m. EDT. TRS 1-004(7th floor) 
Ted Rogers Students' Society (external link, opens in new window)  (TRSS) has office hours (external link) free coffee (external link, opens in new window) , and a new rental program (external link, opens in new window)  to borrow essential items. TRS 2-145 (8th floor)
IT BizHelp (opens in new window)  is your go-to for any tech-related support including software and loaning out laptops. TRS 1-154 (7th floor)
Student Support Specialists
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Drop in to speak with upper level students about why they chose their program of study; learn about the professors and what to look forward to in the courses. Ask these students about how to get a work study job on campus and find out more about their participation on campus and student clubs. Learn how connecting to the campus helps enhance career-exploration options and build skills through involvement and networking.

Student advising

Our advisors can support you with the selection and sequence of courses for your major, minor or can help you find the right resources on campus. If you're not able to find a time that works for you, send an email to your program advisor to make alternate arrangements.