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Resume Drop-Off Service
LinkedIn Photo Booth
Mobile Career Center
We help alumni of all ages in their career path, job search or networking.
Services available after graduation:
Alumni who plan to visit campus for Career and Professional Development appointments or events are required to attain a temporary parking permit and may park in certain areas on campus. The visitor lot is located off Theatre Pass Drive just north of the John Brooks Williams North Science Center, and all vehicles parked in the visitor lot are required to have a visitor-parking permit displayed on the dashboard.
Visitors planning a trip to campus can obtain a visitor permit via the following methods:
If the Visitor Parking area off Theater Pass Drive, just north of the John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center-North is full, visitors with a visitor parking permit can park in any of the "All Permit" lots on campus.
If visiting on a weekday, between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. Contact University Police Department at 512-448-8444 and provide your vehicle make, model and license plate number. If you do this, you will not require a permit to park on campus.
We know you are concerned about your student’s future. Most likely, you are somewhere between worried about the return on investment and resigned that your student is an adult and has to make his or her own decisions.
Our Parents' Guide (PDF) provides useful information in supporting and assisting your student to make career decisions and plan for the future.
Student Career Educators are undergraduate and graduate students trained extensively on how to advise fellow students on career-related concerns, like developing the perfect resume. They present across campus, assist with programs and events, review and revise freshman resumes, and participate in weekly professional development trainings. Student Career Educators wear many hats:educator, advisor, consultant, presenter, and campus liaison.
Meet our 2016 - 2017 Student Career Educators
B.B.A. in Digital Media Management
B.A.'s in Communication & Political Science
B.B.A. in International Business
B.B.A. in Accounting
B.A. in Political Science
B.A. in Communication