The Office of Career Services serves Clayton State University graduates and currently enrolled students at all degree levels.
The Office of Career Services NEVER releases your Clayton State email address to employers. Emails that offer "employment opportunities" are sent by people - not real employers - who randomly access student email accounts. Many of these "opportunities" are work-at-home scams. Most of these "jobs" require an up-front fee for you to participate. DO NOT PAY ANYONE A FEE FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE EMPLOYED. For real employment opportunities, check Laker CareerZone, read the weekly Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! newsletter, or contact the Office of Career Services.
The Office of Career Services is pleased to
provide individualized assistance to students and graduates. To
make an appointment, call (678) 466-5400 or stop by the office.
Students and graduates are expected to
honor the scheduled appointment time.
Arriving on time for an appointment and providing notification
of a need to miss or reschedule an appointment are critical
demonstrations of professionalism. The Office of Career Services
responds to tardiness or missed appointments in an effort to
develop the professionalism that employers expect.
policies apply to all students and graduates who make
individualized appointments with Career Services.
Any student or
graduate who arrives for an appointment more than 15 minutes
after the scheduled time is considered a "late arrival." If the
student or graduate provides advance notice of the tardiness, he
or she may still meet with the Career Services staff member for
the remaining portion of the allotted appointment time. Students
or graduates who do not provide prior notification of their
tardiness and arrive more than 15 minutes late will be required
to reschedule the appointment.
A student or graduate is considered a "no show" if he or she
misses an appointment or arrives more than 30 minutes late to an
appointment without calling to notify the Office of
1st offense: After the first missed appointment, the
student or graduate will receive an e–mail reminder of the "No
Show" policy including an indication that a second offense
during the same semester results in being unable to schedule any
appointments that semester.
2nd offense: After the second missed appointment, the
student or graduate will receive an e–mail notification that he
or she will be unable to make individual appointments for the
remainder of the semester. All other services (including
participation in career fairs and on–campus recruiting) will
still be available to the student or graduate.
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