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Explore My Plan + My Pathways

Welcome to USF and My Plan + My Pathways!

This program is required for first time in college and transfer students. If you are one of these students, please proceed to the steps below.

If you are a current student, and would like to complete career assessments to explore majors and/or occupations, call Career Services at (813) 974-2171 to schedule an appointment to meet with a Career Consultant.

 

My Plan + My Pathways Instructions

Step 1
Watch the My Plan + My Pathways welcome video below to become familiar with our office.  If you recently attended Orientation, you should have seen this video as a part of the registration process.

My Plan My Pathways

Step 2
If you have completed the career assessments in MyPlan and would like to learn how to use your results to select a major here at USF or how to discover possible occupational choices, you have four options:

  1. For students enrolled in Academic Foundations Seminar (SLS-2901), you will learn how to understand and use your results during class.

  2. Schedule an appointment with your Career Consultant by calling our office at (813) 974-2171.

  3. Enroll in Career Development for Today (SLS-2401).  This 1 to 3 variable credit course is offered both online and in-person by our office.  As a part of this class, students will learn how to understand and use their results.

  4. Use our self-paced tools below.

 

Step 3
The two videos listed below will assist you in understanding your career assessment results and show you how to research occupations and majors.

Processing MyPlan Assessments

Learning How to Research Occupations and Majors

Step 4
Explore USF majors using your Career Interest Assessment results. Look for your highest interest code below: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional, and see a list of USF majors associated with that interest code. Each major links to a fact sheet where you can learn more about that major.

career traits

Realistic

Investigative

Artistic

Social

Enterprising

Conventional


Time to Declare Your Major

Now that you've completed your career assessments and learned about how they can help you pick a best fit major and set some initial occupational goals, it's time to declare your major.

We hope you have enjoyed this resource. If you have any questions, or would like assistance with the process, please e-mail us at CareerServices@usf.edu.