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Advising college students regarding their choice of major has significant implications for life. Thus far, research on these advising efforts have focused on career interests and personality traits. Given the reality that choosing a major and a career is a multifaceted phenomenon, the current study explored whether differing preferences for specific moral values is also an integral part of that choice. Results of the current study suggest that students from the various categories of majors have significant differences in preferences for moral values, and this should be considered in the advising process.