The Career Development Center provides a variety of services to students to give them the information and tools needed to be successful in the work force. Services the department provides include:

If a student is unsure what career they want to go into, are unsure what steps to take to get into a career, or would just like some career advice, sign up for a career counseling appointment!

Unsure about what you want to do for a career? Career Assessments are a great tool for discovering your options.

If you are going onto Graduate School, you are required to take a test such as the GMAT, GRE, or even LSAT to determine your eligibility to enroll. The Career Development Center offers discounted web courses to help you prepare for these courses.

Need a resume, cover letter, or personal statement critiqued? Looking for advice on improving your LinkedIn profile? Need career advice? All of these concerns (and more) can be addressed during Career Suite Drop-In/Call-In Hours, our bi-weekly open hours/no appointment needed career development event.

In addition to these services, the Career Development Center also provides access to CareerConnect, a career management system where students can find jobs and internships, sign up for workshops and events, and schedule counseling and document critiquing appointments with a counselor.