Undergraduate Student Handbook
This comprehensive handbook helps you connect with the University, your degree, and your adviser. It contains in-depth information about your degree requirements, policies and resources, tuition and fees, and graduation.
Students admitted to CCE degree programs have access to a variety of career assistance.
- Individual appointments with experienced career counselors
- Career interest assessments to clarify goals
- Daily drop-in résumé, curriculum vitae, and cover letter critiques
- Job and internship search coaching
- Practice interviews and interview coaching
- Graduate school research assistance and review of essay applications
- Career fairs (industry-specific and campus-wide)
- On-campus employer interviews
- Over 18 online career workshops on a variety of topics
- Extensive career library
- Online job and internship listings
- List of career information websites
- Career courses on effective job search strategies
To learn more about the career resources available to you, talk to your adviser or contact the College of Continuing Education Information Center or the Career and Internship Services office.
College of Continuing Education Updates
Your personal librarian is Kristen Mastel, 612-625-0918. Available by appointment, she can assist in locating information for a paper or project. A reference assistant is also available via chat and e-mail from the Libraries website.