For a list of employers' visits to campus and upcoming job fairs, log in to Handshake and click on "Career Events" and/or "On-Campus Interview Schedules."
Please contact us with any questions.
Employers choose one of two options for setting up interviews:
These are professional interviews, and you should dress accordingly. Men should wear a suit (or a tie and jacket), and women should wear a suit (pants or skirts).
If you want to get beyond the interview and receive a job offer, the real work starts now.
Before you go on your interview, here are a few things you need to do:
Sometimes circumstances exist that might cause you to cancel an interview. Last minute cancellations (less than one week notice) or "no shows" are extremely unprofessional, and are viewed negatively by employers.
If you do not show up for an interview, or cancel at the last minute, we require that you send a letter of apology (and explanation) to the employer, with a copy to Career Services. You will not be able to participate in future on-campus recruitment opportunities until you have sent the letter of apology. If you have two such instances, you may no longer be eligible to take part in the on-campus recruiting program.