Major and Minor Fair

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The SAS Major and Minor Fair occurs once every Fall and Spring semester. It is an opportunity to investigate various academic and career options in one place, at one time!

Students can speak with representatives of academic departments/programs, student services offices, and a variety of Rutgers Schools and Colleges by visiting their tables at the fair. The event is designed to help students who have not yet declared their major/minor as well as those who have declared, but still may be uncertain about their choice of major, minor, or career path.

If you need a disability related accommodation please contact event coordinator Christin Nassar at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as soon as possible prior to the event so we can make appropriate arrangements.

Fall 2018

Wednesday, October 17, 2018


College Avenue Student Center, Multi-Purpose Room 

Past Participants

Below is a sample of participants from past years only. We cannot guarantee that all those listed will be able to attend the fair this semester:

Academic Departments/Programs

African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Language & Literatures (AMESALL)
Africana Studies
Asian Languages and Cultures
Center for African Studies
American Studies
Art History
Asian Languages & Cultures
Biological Sciences (Life Sciences)
Biochemistry (through SEBS)
Biotechnology (through SEBS)
Cell Bio & Neuroscience (Life Sciences)
Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Cinema Studies
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Earth & Planetary Science
European Studies
Genetics (Life Sciences)
Geography (including International & Global Studies and Environmental Studies)
German Studies
Human Resource Management
Jewish Studies
Kinesiology and Health
Labor Studies
Latin American Studies
Latino & Hispanic Caribbean Studies
Life Sciences
Marine & Coastal Sciences
Medical Technology
Medieval Studies
Military Education (Air Force, Army, and Navy)
Middle Eastern Studies
Modern Greek Studies
Molecular Biology & Biochemistry (Life Sciences)
Organizational Leadership
Physics & Astronomy
Planning and Public Policy
Political Science
Public Health
Russian & East European Language
Science, Technology & Society
Sociology (including Criminology, Aging, and Health & Society)
South Asian Studies
Spanish & Portuguese
Women's & Gender Studies (including Sexualities Studies, Social Justice, and Gender & Media)
Writing Program (English)


Additional Student Services, Programs, and Learning Communities

Aresty Research Center
Byrne Seminars
Career Services
The Collaborative, a center for community-based learning, service, and public scholarship
Office of Disability Services
Douglass Project
Douglass Residential College
Eagleton Institute of Politics
Health Professions Office
Institute for Women's Leadership
Learning Centers
National Student Exchange (NSE)
Office of Learning Communities
Physician Assistant Program
Pre-Law Advising
SAS Honors Program Tutoring Project
SAS Transfer Center
Student Legal Services
Student Support Services
Study Abroad

Rutgers Schools and Colleges

College of Nursing
Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
Graduate School of Education
School of Management and Labor Relations
Mason Gross School of the Arts
Rutgers Business School
School of Arts and Sciences
School of Environmental & Biological Sciences
School of Engineering
School of Social Work
School of Communication & Information (SC&I)

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