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Personal Roadmap to Ongoing Success (PROS)

Beginning in fall 2015, all students graduating with a bachelor’s degree related to business administration within the Mike Cottrell College of Business will be required to participate in the Personal Roadmap to Ongoing Success (PROS) Professional Development Program. Beginning in their sophomore year, students will participate in a series of opportunities to gain experience for their resumes and build professional connections all in an effort to prepare them for their careers upon graduation.

What does PROS involve?

PROS participation will begin during the student’s sophomore year, requiring students to explore professionalism, investigate business majors available through the Mike Cottrell College of Business and determine their career direction through two introductory seminars. In their junior year, students will participate in activities to gain exposure to business leaders and gain a better understanding of the business world. During a student’s senior year, students will build upon their experiences in college thus far and begin to practice leadership, communication and networking skills through internships, job shadowing and speed interviews.

How much time will it take?

The PROS program is a 4-step process and each step should be completed during the preferred timeframe (sophomore, junior and senior years). However, all requirements of the PROS program must be completed no less than 90 days prior to graduation.

How do I register for PROS?

After you have completed 30 credit hours or upon enrolling in a BBA business program, students are responsible for enrolling in the PROS - Personal Roadmap to Ongoing Success D2L course by filling out the Request to Join PROS form.

How do I know when events will occur?

Dates for all PROS events will be available on UNGConnect.

Who keeps up with where I am in the process?

It is the student’s responsibility to keep up with their status. However, detailed records are kept should a student have questions regarding their status. In addition, a student's progress is tracked via D2L.

For more information, please contact April Ross, PROS Program Manager, at 706-867-2568 or by email at

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