Career Counseling: The Center conducts various individual/group sessions, to include career exploration; decision making; employment trends; summer, part-time, and permanent employment; cooperative education, techniques of interviewing, and resume writing. A Career Guide is published each year for use by all undergraduate and graduate students, as well as staff and faculty.
Graduate and Professional Schools: Assistance is given to students via catalogs, brochures, fellowships, assistantships, grants and stipends. Each year a "Graduate and Professional Schools Day" is held in the month of November on campus.
Recruiters: The Center actively recruits prospective employers who provide on-campus interviews to all classifications of undergraduate students and to alumni. Recruiters expose students to opportunities ranging from business and industry to education, from government to social agencies, and from military to opportunities in international affairs. Since 1984, - over 600 major employer representatives have recruited at the Center.
Placement Credentials: Students grant the Center permission to release their placement credentials, upon request, to prospective employers and graduate schools.
Special Events: Each academic year, the Career Development Center coordinates informative and motivational special events. Students are encouraged to bring resumes to all events.
Career Resource Center: Open to all freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni, the library is designed to enhance a student's career potential through printed matter. A large variety of binders, pamphlets, directories, and other materials in areas such as health, business and industry, government, and higher education are maintained. Students are permitted to keep, free of charge, any brochure related to their specialized areas.