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You took a major step when you decided to pursue a college degree. Once you arrive on campus, explore the university and all it has to offer!

Our offices are located on the third floor of the Jackson Library, Suite 300. We are here to help you reach your professional career goals.


Undecided Major? We can help you

Explore career options that fit your personality, talents and skills with this free self-assessment test at Students needing a more in-depth personality evaluation can contact the Office of Career Services to discuss other assessments. has an online database with over 900 different careers. View job descriptions, educational requirements and job outlook information. Find out what kind of salary to expect, watch short videos and even learn about the types of persons who typically go into each career field.

  • Get to know the faculty and staff
  • Explore the entire campus
  • Research careers in your field of interest
Get Active
  • Participate in campus recreation or intramural sports
  • Become involved in student activities
  • Consider joining a student club or organization
  • Volunteer in community service activities
  • Enjoy all that college has to offer
Set Priorities
  • Decide on a major or career goal
  • Manage your time and balance study with play
  • Keep your grades up
  • Get enough sleep and eat well
Develop a Strategy
  • Create a resume
  • Evaluate your talents, skills and personality
  • Consider a part-time job or internship to gain work experience


Climb to your Career in 4 Years

Where will you be in 4 years? Will you be ready to join the workforce? Maybe you have your future planned out. You already know what you want to be after graduation and have an idea of what it takes to get there. Or maybe you are not even sure what you want to major in - much less knowing what kind of career you want to have after college.

No matter if you are decided, or unsure - you can take steps now to reach your goals. It is never too early (or late) to start.

From Freshman year to Senior, we have it outlined: Climb to your career in 4-years (PDF)